CCTV: China road fence collapses like row of dominoes





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Published on Jul 12, 2012

(Note: Original video is mute) China's state broadcaster has released surveillance video showing a road-dividing fence in the city of Jinhua falling like a giant row of dominoes. The 1.5-kilometre (0.9 miles)-long fence on Shuanglong Bridge tumbled over in just 30 seconds on Tuesday. It was the second time in ten days that it's collapsed, according to local authorities, who say the main reason for this was the strong wind. The dividing fences are not fixed to the ground.

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"Made in China" yeah I like a full refund on this fence please
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WTT Legend
the great fence of china xDDD
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And they are building a nuclear power station for us in England god help us.
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John Doe
Made in Chinaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.HaHaHa.
backyard liberty
Qaz Wsx
why would one not bolt the fence on the road? It's a fence not a row of ducks.
Boro Nut
To be fair this fencing isn't designed to stop traffic bursting through into the opposite carriageway.  It's designed to wrap itself around the front of the vehicle and be dragged along so you look like a sky dragon as you burst into flames.
Seb Chada
Rob Schultz
Good thing they have plenty of people to set it up again for the next round.  Ha ha
Azusa Nakano
Meanwhile in China....
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