A construction crane collapsed at Point East Plaza in Mentor, Ohio, on Jan 30, around 10:58 a.m., causing massive damage to cars in the parking lot. The Mentor crane collapse is just one of many happening in recent months, evidence of an ever-worsening earth wobble.
The earth wobble (a Figure 8 movement) developed in 2004 as a result of Planet X (Nibiru) in the area, according to the Zetas of ZetaTalk. Since that time, it has continued to increase in intensity, becoming more extreme in its movement.
The crane operator jumped off and got away safely as the crane start tipping. However, the crane fell on several cars, crushing them. Fortunately, they were unoccupied. Police pulled the damaged vehicles from under the crane one at a time.
Eight cars were heavily damaged:
- Saturn four-door sedan
- Kia Soul
- Cadillac CTS
- Cadillac DTS
- Nissan Murano
- Honda Accord
- Chevrolet HHR
- Chevrolet Impala.
The crane is owned by Buckeye Crane & Rigging Inc., who sent in another crane to upright the toppled crane. At 12:30 p.m. the crane was lifted from the damaged vehicles to allow them to be towed from the scene.
Expect more of the same. Tick tock, time's almost up.