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Although the explosion didn't drop the stack — it would be toppled nearly three hours later using nonexplosive means ( see http://www.peninsuladailynews.com/article/20130409/NEWS/304099991/penply-stack-proves-tough-8212-but-finally-falls-ending-an-era ) — this view provides an interesting up-close-and-personal view of the explosion and the moments leading up to it.
In case anyone's wondering, no camcorders were harmed in the making of this video (although the battery ran out of life before the 6:13 p.m. falling). And our gratitude goes to Rhine Demolition for its cooperation in allowing Keith to place the camera and tripod.