Airport Roof Collapses in China

A section of a roof collapsed at Nanchang Changbei International Airport on March 4, as storms swept Jiangxi province in southeast China.

The roof covered the entrance of the airport’s Terminal 2 arrival hall, but despite the collapse and the resulting commotion, nobody was injured and flights continue as normal.

(Article: https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/03/05/storms-see-airport-roof-collapse-china/amp/)

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Oh my, that’s crazy!

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It’s amazing how nobody even got injured

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Cool. Not new, happened at Chennai’s Airport before

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Haha, I just saw it on King5 and thought it was pretty interesting.

Uh-oh, more incidents
2018 is not a safe year

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I swear a roof collapsed at Paris Charles De Gaul one year. Not because of a storm but because of the structure. 🤔

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Wow, that’s quite a scene!

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when? didn’t know about that.

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I just saw this on the news as I was flipping through the channels. Absolutely insane!


Also, why are some of them just standing there recording it? The roof is collapsing. Get out of there!!!

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This was surprising at first, I was talking about this with my friends a couple days ago.

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Well it’s china…

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