New Video from Dallas Museum of Art Crane Collapse
The Dallas Museum of Art released new footage on Monday following this month’s crane collapse on museum grounds that narrowly avoided destroying an art installation.
On Friday, April 3, a construction crane toppled while trying to erect infrastructure for a
large tent. Only one person, the crane’s operator was injured, reported ABC affiliate WFAA.
The crane nearly destroyed a Mark di Suvero sculpture located on the museum grounds but stopped short when the crane’s arm landed on the museum’s roof.