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.