Connecticut Home Tumbles to the Ground While Being Moved
It collapsed seemingly for no reason, but it captivated the attention of neighbors and bystanders, as a home that was being built in Connecticut.
According to WTNH TV News, a home on Cooper Avenue in Milford, CT had to be lifted up onto pilings made from cement and wood on Monday. As the structure was being hoisted, it moved, which gave way to the house falling. The structure sank below ground level.
There was reports of one wounded worker, who was rushed to the emergency room sustaining minor injuries with a full recovery expected. The couple who owned the home stood by unharmed, but as everyone who happened to be there were, they seemed frightened by the calamity.
There was a super loud crash sound that was reported as the house fell into the ground. A massive amount of debris is what remained and covered the ground following the calamity. Check out the video:
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