Wind turbine collapses in Northern Ireland

Investigation is launched after 80-metre structure unexpectedly buckles, scattering debris in Co Tyrone

An investigation has been launched after an 80-metre wind turbine worth almost £500,000 collapsed on a mountainside in Northern Ireland.

No one was injured when the giant structure unexpectedly buckled and hit the ground on Friday, scattering debris across a wide area. It was one of eight on the Screggagh windfarm on Murphy mountain near Fintona in County Tyrone.

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