CHINA: VIADUTO GIRA... E NÃO CAI!!!

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Engenheiros chineses foram os primeiros a construir um viaduto enorme e gira-lo para o lugar depois de pronto para não impedir o funcionamento das linhas de trem abaixo.
Uma peça de 17.000 toneladas de um elevado foi lentamente girado para seu lugar após ser construído ao lado dos trilhos.                                                     

Engineers took                                                            90minutes to                                                            carefully                                                            swing the                                                            17,000-ton                                                            structure into                                                            place today                                                            above a high                                                            speed railway                                                            track in Wuhan                                                            City, central                                                            China
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Engineers took 90minutes to carefully swing the 17,000-ton structure into place today above a high speed railway track in Wuhan City, central China
A China Railway                                                            High-speed                                                            train passes                                                            beneath the                                                            rotating                                                            sector of the                                                            bridge today                                                            as engineers                                                            expertly                                                            swivel it into                                                            place
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A China Railway High-speed train passes beneath the rotating sector of the bridge today as engineers expertly swivel it into place
It was the first time                                                            the technique                                                            had been used                                                            in China, with                                                            engineers                                                            unable to                                                            temporarily                                                            halt the busy                                                            train service                                                            in order to                                                            build the                                                            bridge in                                                            place
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The 17,000 structure                                                            is slowly                                                            brought into                                                            place in by                                                            engineers                                                            after weeks of                                                            constructionThe unusual technique                                                            has been used                                                            in the UK in                                                            the past,                                                            though never                                                            before in                                                            ChinaThe 17,000-ton                                                            structure was                                                            rotated at 106                                                            degrees on a                                                            15metre axis
The 17,000-ton structure is slowly brought into place in by engineers after weeks of construction. The unusual technique has been used in the UK in the past, though never before in China. The 17,000-ton structure was rotated at 106 degrees on a 15 metre axis.
The                                                            sector is                                                            connected to                                                            the rest of                                                            the bridge                                                            after                                                            90minutes.                                                            Officials                                                            estimate it                                                            will be open                                                            to traffic                                                            later this                                                            month
        E não caiu !!!
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