China skyscraper wobble due to 'winds, rail lines and warmer weather" " reports

Published May 20 2021 at 4:59 AM GMT
  • Preliminary verdict in Shenzhen suggests combination of factors led to shaking, and finds no safety problemsThe wobbling of a skyscraper in the Chinese city of Shenzhen was likely caused by a combination of winds, underground rail lines, and fluctuating temperatures, according to preliminary findings reported by local media.
  • The near-300m-high (980ft) SEG Plaza first began shaking on Tuesday afternoon, prompting an evacuation of people inside while pedestrians looked on in horror.



  • Published May 20, 2021 4:59 AM GMT