During the weekend, Ilta-Sanomat's readers followed with interest the fate of the crane located in Kaivopuisto in Helsinki, which broke down on Friday.

A number of curious people followed the lifting work.

Photo: Aleksi Jalava / IS

The boom section of the lower end of the 150-meter-high crane, which served as a bungee jumping tower, failed when it was bent, causing the tower to fall into the sea early in the morning. No one was injured in the accident, but the exact cause is still being determined. The harsh weather at the time is probably worth it.

- The deafest strongest point has just crossed the scene. Especially at half past seven in the Kaivopuisto area has been lightning several times, the meteorologist on duty at the Finnish Meteorological Institute, Tuomo Bergman, said on Friday morning.

By Sunday evening, the crane and its booms could be lifted out of the sea. From this photo gallery you can repeat more events.

Before its crash, the crane served as a summer bungee jumping spot in Kaivopuisto. Photo taken on July 17, 2020.

Photo: Olivia Ranta

On Friday morning, July 24, such a vision awaited the Helsinki Rescue Department.

Photo: Antti Aimo-Koivisto / Lehtikuva

In the well park, after a bungee jump, you land on a floating platform. The crashed crane rushed past it.

Photo: Emmi Korhonen / Lehtikuva

The crane boom broke badly.

Photo: Emmi Korhonen / Lehtikuva

Heavy lifting equipment was brought to the site to lift the crane.

Photo: Olivia Ranta

The lifting work was carried out by Nostopalvelu J. Helaakoski, who leased the crane to the bungee jumpers.

Photo: Emmi Korhonen / Lehtikuva

Lifting work was still carried out on Sunday. At that time, a raft and an excavator were needed for help.

Photo: Aleksi Jalava / IS

The end result looked like this. Crane pieces will be transported off site during Monday.

Photo: Sari Gustafsson

Crane parts obtained ashore.

Photo: Olivia Ranta

The accident left clear marks on the crane.

Photo: Sari Gustafsson