Three cranes are collapsed in South Florida after Hurricane Irma sent high winds across the region.
Two were at high-rise construction sites in Miami and the third was in Fort Lauderdale.
The cranes went down Sunday and the owners say there just wasn't enough time to dismantle the massive construction machines.
No injuries were reported and the cranes didn't collapse down onto the streets.
More than 20 cranes are currently in use in Miami, where regulations require they be able to withstand 140 mile per hour winds.