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Old May 25th, 2005, 01:30 AM   #1
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KXJB-Tower - the giant, which collapsed twice

KXJB-TV mast situated at Galesburg, North Dakota is with a height of 628 metres the second tallest construction in the world (and the third tallest ever built). KXJB-TV mast was first built in 1966. Since then, it collapsed twice!
First on February 14th, 1968 after a helicopter collision and then on April 6th, 1997, because of icing.

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