It’s no secret. We all love a good implosion. So like any good citizen I woke up early (9:45am) and made my way over (and around police barricades) to the wrecking site so’s I could shoot some video of this one. I should apologize for the quality, however. With all the local streets closed off to traffic and officials encouraging people not to come out, this was the best location I could find. But you’ll get the idea. It’s an implosion. Wooo hoooo. Roll the video…
Rochester has seen more than its share of these. Often times emotions are mixed. Though I suspect not many tears will be shed over the loss of this 19-story beer can shaped thing. On the other hand, people did actually call this building home for many years, so let’s be respectful.
If you’re itching to see more, WHAM 13 has some video
(after this word from their sponsor)… here
Tags: building implosion, demolition, Heritage Tower, implosion, Irondequoit, Rochester, Rochester NY, St. Ann's Community
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