A crane toppled in front the Dallas Museum of Art. However, given its interesting position, some bystanders confused it for a new sculpture.
While we're not completely sure on the specifics of this video, two things we know for sure are that (1) this dashcam owner really needs to learn how to edit a video and (2) the driver of this car will likely stay in his or her lane during future turns.
A car thief in La Porte, Indiana recently put his own spin on the old smash-and-grab routine. The enterprising individual drove a flatbed truck that would typically be used for logging onto a car lot after hours on Sunday, October 16. Our man hopped out and used a giant crane to hook a 2008 Jeep Wrangler through the roof and drop it onto the bed. The whole operation took less than six minutes, though the crime's brevity didn't stop police from tracking down a suspect fairly quickly. Officials ar
If you've ever worked in the construction industry, you know there's a lot of experimentation and trial and error that goes into completing a job. Every site brings its own unique challenges to the table, requiring its workers to come up with ingenious solutions to problems most people simply never have to worry about.
"The Final Countdown" was the first single to hit the airwaves from the album of the same name, released in 1986 by the Swedish band Europe. If the name isn't ringing a bell, we can practically guarantee that all you need to do is hear the first few opening chords of the song and you'll instantly recognize it...
The automotive aftermarket has been hit hard in recent years, and the latest casualty of the economic downturn is Crane Cams. According to a report by the Florida News Journal, the 56-year-old manufacturer closed its doors yesterday and laid off the majority of its employees. Any calls to Crane to follow-up on the story have been shuttled off to the company's voice-mail service, although the Florida e-paper did talk to Dennis Burgess, who declined to comment.