Crane damages a wall near Saudi’s Grand Mosque
A documentation office outside the Saudi Arabia Grand Mosque was damaged when a crane hit the outer walls after its brake failed
A documentation office outside the Saudi Arabia Grand Mosque was damaged when a crane hit the outer walls after its brake failed. The crane is involved in the expansion project of the Grand Mosque, said a source. There were no injuries or casualties.
This article was first published by the Saudi Gazette on October 23, 2016.
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