Steel beams fell more than 100 meters (330 feet), taking construction workers with them at a power plant construction site in western Germany. 5 people are dead.
A part of the power plant's boiler, made of steel beams weighing more than 100 tons, came loose and fell, the company said, and more people were feared dead in the collapse.
Six people were injured in the accident at the plant at Grevenbroich in western Germany, about 20 kilometers (12 miles) outside Duesseldorf.
City officials said on their Web site that one person was missing in the accident.
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