This is why it's always a good idea to park as far away from a demolition site as possible.

This is why it's always a good idea to park as far away from a demolition site as possible.
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This is why it's always a good idea to park as far away from a demolition site as possible.

Hopefully they have a Snickers on hand.

Whenever you have an opportunity to film a demolition crew at work, do everyone else a favor and keep the camera rolling. Because it seems like there's about a 50-50 chance of it becoming a spectacular fail video. What makes demolition clips so fun to watch is trying to figure out where it will all go wrong. You know something terrible is about to happen—because otherwise you wouldn't be watching it—you just don't know what it will be.

Does the crane fall over? Is the cameraman knocked out by flying debris? Will an oblivious pedestrian stroll through unscathed while texting and twerking? Or none of the above. Take a guess!

If you guessed that a car parked way too close would be wrecked by a massive block of concrete, you win. And the owner of the black car in need of a tow is our Grumpy Commuter of the Week. Thanks for playing!

(by Jonathan Corbett)

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