THIS is the terrifying moment a 98ft crane was blown over by strong winds and killed two workers.
It comes as a series of storms have hit Europe in the past days, with the UK recording gales of 122mph, by Storm Eunice.
Shocking footage shows debris in the air while shortly after, a construction site crane is knocked over, disappearing behind an apartment complex in Krakow, Poland.
Police said the crane crushed two workers and injured two others, local media reported.
One of the workers was said to be working on the roof of the building while the second was on the ground, on Thursday.
One of them is said to have died at the scene while the other died later from his injuries, Vertical.net reported.
The crane was out of service at the time of the storm as Poland’s weather agency recorded wind speeds near 40mph in the area on Thursday.
Police have also opened an investigation into the cause of the incident and whether safety measures were taken against inclement weather conditions.
A spokesperson for developer Murapol Group told the outlet in a statement that all of the cranes at their locations across the country “have been taken out of service and put into wind mode in addition to safety service.” whole.”
They added that “there were no operators in the cabin of the machine” but “unfortunately, four people working for a subcontractor were injured, one died.”
Shocking footage shows the moment a wave caused by Storm Dudley smash the ferry window.
Now, Britons are braced for more chaos as Hurricane Franklin is about to hit the country at 80km/h.
The Met Office has issued weather warnings for today and tomorrow, with millions of people facing misery due to high winds as they head to work on Monday.
Forecasters say the explosions will cause more power cutstraffic delays, and damage in the third storm in just a few days.
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