Wed, 04 Jul 2012 6:21p.m.
A Christchurch office high rise where more than 100 workers were trapped in the February earthquake is coming down.
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14/07/2012 9:35:59 a.m.
I'm glad its coming down. I was there on the day and it wasnt good. I was one of the lucky ones who got out. I always feel for those trapped upstairs during all the aftershocks. There were moments I thought...well this is it...this is where it ends.
5/07/2012 9:42:11 a.m.
Its time to make N.Z. a "Single Story" country. To hell with high-rises.. After the other nights quake, we all start to realise how unstable N.Z. can be... Cheers, James.
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