SHOREVIEW, Minn. -- A home improvement project went terribly wrong when a crane fell on a home in Shoreview. Crews were trying to install a fiberglass pool in the homeowners backyard when the crane came crashing down onto the house, causing the truck to tip up into the air. "He was just shaking in his boots, he was scared," Krause said. "I just heard the guy scream, and as soon as he yelled, I heard a noise, I knew something was wrong, I turned and ran."
Ummm, if I saw this I'm pretty sure my first question wouldn't be "Are you okay?" It would probably be something along the lines of WHAT THE FUCK.
Plus its a stupid question, of course the guy isn't ok, he's 35 feet up in the air trapped in an upright crane. I'm pretty sure this isn't your typical, everyday situation. Like what is he supposed to say, "Yea buddy I'm fine, just hold on, I'll shimmy on down."
Come on guy, get your head out of your ass. Dudes, garage is gone, his pool is presumably shattered and there is a gigantic truck pointed upright on his front lawn. How about a little urgency. You act like you see this all the time, must be the worst contractor ever if you're not shocked by this.