A construction crane snapped off the Vice apartment tower in downtown Miami on Sunday, Sept. 10, 2017, during Hurricane Irma. The building is under construction. Vice developer Property Markets Group said Monday a second crane must be erected to remove the damaged crane and repair any damage to the unfinished apartment tower.
A construction crane snapped off the Vice apartment tower in downtown Miami on Sunday, Sept. 10, 2017, during Hurricane Irma. The building is under construction. Vice developer Property Markets Group said Monday a second crane must be erected to remove the damaged crane and repair any damage to the unfinished apartment tower. C.M. Guerrero cmguerrero@miamiherald.com
A construction crane snapped off the Vice apartment tower in downtown Miami on Sunday, Sept. 10, 2017, during Hurricane Irma. The building is under construction. Vice developer Property Markets Group said Monday a second crane must be erected to remove the damaged crane and repair any damage to the unfinished apartment tower. C.M. Guerrero cmguerrero@miamiherald.com

Three construction cranes crumpled by Irma. Crews scramble to secure dangling pieces

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