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Australian Landmark Destroyed in Controlled Explosion

Cameras record the moment that a 650-foot smokestack crashes to the ground.
02/20/2014

Transcript for Australian Landmark Destroyed in Controlled Explosion

America's number one. And for a local Australian landmark. This 65 stories smokestack in Sydney was toppled in a controlled explosion and thousands of people watched as 7000. Tons of concrete steel... See More
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Australian Landmark Destroyed in Controlled Explosion

Australian Landmark Destroyed in Controlled Explosion

Cameras record the moment that a 650-foot smokestack crashes to the ground.