As 461 Dean crane disassembled, bursts of electrical fire alarm neighbors (though developer says it was "quickly resolved")
"Our lights flickered a bit. The fire went down the wire about 12 stories and then stopped," the resident reported. About five fire trucks arrived--no injuries were reported.
Asked on Twitter (see below) by photographer Erika Clark, "Is that much fire normal for a crane removal?" Forest City Ratner spokeswoman responded "no there was an issue that was quickly resolved."
Maybe it was, but it was certainly unnerving for residents, and another argument for a real-time source of explanation and oversight. Note the flash on the video at bottom.
Is that much #fire normal for a #crane removal? @pacificparkbk @ashleyccotton @NYPD78Pct #PacificPark pic.twitter.com/ly48dXm1AH— Erika Clark (@Erika_A_Clark) June 3, 2016
@Erika_A_Clark no there was an issue that was quickly resolved— Ashley C. Cotton (@AshleyCCotton) June 4, 2016