The old CU Health Sciences Center building at 9th Avenue and Colorado Boulevard in Denver came crashing down at about 8 a.m. Saturday morning after a series of specially set explosives caused the structure to implode and collapse on itself.
The implosion was part of the gradual demolition and redevelopment of the University of Colorado Hospital campus, which has relocated to the Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora. The noise from the blasts could be heard over a wide swatch of the city. Here's what it looked like:
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