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Slightly more dangerous than the tire trick.
Brass clangers on that fellow. Perfectly nonchalant mosey on over to the other side.
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At first I thought, "Big deal, he's got a helmet." But then I saw that he was not wearing a COVID mask - the guy's insane!
I believe he's done that before.
If ya can't yell "Timber" or "Fire-in-the-hole" what's the proper alternative alert to warn of a falling brick smoke stack? I'm open to suggestions.
"Close your eyes" the dust plume from that impact will have a lot of silica dust.
"MAKE A HOLE" is fair warning. No direct experience, but first rule of Demo 101 to allow sufficient interval to WALK - not run from the site. In some "been there" mode, Gent appears to be calmly making egress.
Wonder if the ol’ ticker skipped a beat when he stumbled a bit...
Seen this before, but I always thought the pros used some kind of "last brick" they could pull from a safe(r) location. Years ago, they used timbers soaked in flammables in the gap, set fire to things and watched from a distance till the support burned out. Also heard of (big) hydraulic jacks. Big cajones seems to work just as well, I guess
Check out Fred Dibnah over on the youtube, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QWl3lyM8vUo