A mobile self-erecting tower crane overturned in Leeuwarden, the Netherlands on Friday after its outriggers sank in soft sand.
The crane, mounted on an articulated trailer appears to have been lifting pallets of paving blocks to the rear of a new warehouse, under construction at the town’s industrial park.
The crane is owned and operated by local builder and steel erector De Moor Montage. Thankfully there were no injuries and the damage to the building looks light.
Company owner André de Moor is reported as saying that the damage amounts to around €10,000. The crane was being operated by remote controls.
Category: Accident Report