RUGELEY, England — Four massive cooling towers at a former power station were demolished Sunday in a controlled implosion.
The towers were built of concrete and stood 374 feet tall before they were brought down by a series of explosive charges.
The owner plans to redevelop the site for multiple uses.
Plans call for building 2,300 "low carbon" homes, parkland and a school.
The public was invited to watch a livestream of the explosion online to avoid large gatherings complying with COVID-19 safety guidelines.