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October 30th, 2012
09:03 PM ET

Crane remains dangling over Midtown

A 250,000 pound crane damaged by "Superstorm" Sandy, continues to dangle 90 stories above midtown Manhattan. CNN's Alino Cho reports.

NYC Crane crippled by Sandy

Erin Burnett also talked to the president of the largest crane company in America, Frank Bardonaro about next steps with the damaged crane.

Crane continues to dangle over Manhattan

Affixed to a high-rise apartment building in one of midtown Manhattan's more coveted locations, the arm of a construction crane damaged by Superstorm Sandy continued to dangle perilously 90 stories above New York City.

Police have cordoned off the area around the base of the One57 building on West 57th street, as New Yorkers recover from a rare convergence of weather systems that killed at least 15 people across the state.

The arm can be seen slowly swaying atop the building, which remains under construction.

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