List of catastrophic collapses of radio masts and towers


List of catastrophic collapses of radio masts and towers

This is a list of catastrophic collapses of radio masts and towers.

Arranged by date

Masts and towers can collapse as a result of natural disasters, such as storms and fires; from engineering defects; and from accidents or sabotage. Here is a list of such incidents by date:

Arranged by height

This table is arranged by height:

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