Mayan Mess: Ancient Pyramid Destroyed by Road Crew

A 2,300-year-old pyramid in Belize was wrecked by construction crews with bulldozers, backhoes.
0:45 | 05/15/13

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Investigators in the Central American nation of -- are demanding answers after a construct of the destruction of an ancient Mayan pyramid. They -- construction company -- the ceremonial site -- bulldozers and back coast. Crew as we're there crushing rocks for a road construction projects impairment is -- of the largest in -- And it dates back more than two. As in years having to feed the images. Of the destruction that normal. Is. In many Wii is probably one of the worst. Sort of blowing -- I have felt. Philosophically and and professionally and -- in that regard. Because. What happens there at what happened there is both. Deplorable and unforgivable.

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