Munich: construction machine tipped over and ravaged ADAC-office - fierce Details | Schwanthalerhöhe

That could end in a disaster: On Tuesday (23. June) crashed in Munich, tons of heavy drilling machine in an office. Munich it is the afternoon of Tuesday (23

Munich: construction machine tipped over and ravaged ADAC-office - fierce Details | Schwanthalerhöhe

That could end in a disaster: On Tuesday (23. June) crashed in Munich, tons of heavy drilling machine in an office.

Munich it is the afternoon of Tuesday (23. June) came to a serious accident on a construction site. A construction Crane was turned over Near the is held each year square and in an ADAC office building crashed. In the process, he broke through the glass walls of the office and banged on the two write - the staff were left a little earlier in the evening.

Update 24. June, 6.10 PM: thank God, no one sat on the seats: It was about 17 o'clock, a deafening in the building, the present ADAC employees impossible: The 30-metre-high booms, the 140-ton machinery had buried a small backhoe under the roof of the offices by beat – and fortunately, no longer occupied the offices of the ADAC-complaint management by the state.

What was the heavy drill tip-over, was not know until Tuesday evening. The clarification is now in the hands of the expert and police . Possibly the caterpillar chain drive came at the end of the device out of balance, as the machinist wanted to maneuver to a finished bore for the next drilling site.

Munich: New Details about the Almost-disaster: tons of heavy machinery tipped over and ravaged ADAC office

is Safe only For the new 14-storey office tower, to be completed by the end of 2022, had to be removed the old garage . The construction management of the real estate company Ehret and Small could not be reached on Tuesday.

"We immediately evacuated the entire building," said Stefan Dorner, communications Director of the ADAC southern Bavaria, on the evening of the tz. "First of all, the statics of the building must be checked in order to prevent a ceiling fall in the area of the delivery zone and the Expedition," said Dorner. What time is the Bohrkran can be recovered, is currently still unclear. the expert assume that this is done until Thursday.

"The most Important thing is that we have all come with the horror, and without a personal injury it," says Dorner. The strike has not affected the office parts can be used again today. Also, the ADAC head office and travel Agency, as well as the ADAC test centre are open.

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Munich: drill tipped over - large use at the Heimeranplatz

first message (23. June, 21.30 PM):

Munich - in The late afternoon of Tuesday (23. June) it is in Munich, Germany* came to a fatal accident on a site . In the immediate vicinity of the Heimeranplatz to schwanthaler höhe a drill tipped over.

the police at the request of tz.de confirmed, on Tuesday afternoon, a roughly 30-metre-high drilling rig overturned . In this case, the equipment in an adjacent building crashed are housed in the offices of the ADAC .

It couldn't have come at a Drama : The device crashed to two desktops the office - fortunately, the employees were on the verge of in the evening and not on the place. As a precaution, the entire office was cleared immediately.

+ of The crashed crane.©Thomas Gaulke

Munich: drill tips - office employee to escape the Drama

the police on the mountain man road because of the larger use of - the blocked traffic was diverted. Accordingly, the operator light of the injuries suffered. Of the fire brigade first, large amounts of leaking hydraulic had to be secured.

In the course of the Evening will be supported by THW in danger of collapse areas. How it came to the fall of the crane, is currently still unclear.

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In Munich, a frightening fact* occurred on the North Bank of the Flauchers. A man was bothering several people in broad daylight - the police could take the man.

*tz.de is part of the nationwide Ippen-Digital editors network.

Updated Date: 24 June 2020, 01:33

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