Building Collapse and Architecture Fails Reasons in Egypt

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Building collapse is common in Egypt and usually  are attributed to violations of building specifications, illegal extensions and lax oversight. This is a 14 story tower that occurred a terrifying slope in the Azrieta area in Alexandria. All necessary measures were taken in order to be removed the 14-floor building in this neighborhood. The tower began to lean heavily towards another building making a panic between its tenants and the neighbor tenants as well.
Building Collapse and Architecture Fails Reasons in Egypt

Building Collapse and Architecture Fails

The leaning property at the nearby buildings organized an obligatory evacuation of all buildings around. There were involved security forces to block the area to avoid any disturbance that could cause the building to collapse.

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