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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Charlie Cavell
"One of the outrigger supports fell and that toppled the crane. It was almost like someone taking a knife and cutting it. It went right down the middle of the common area," he said.
The crane was brought to the site Monday to replace air conditioning units in the home of 112 residents but had not yet been hooked up, Mr. Cavell said.