The destruction by the explosion of the 39-story Trump Plaza hotel and casino, owned by former US President Donald Trump, in Atlantic City (New Jersey) was shown on video. The recording was published on the publication's YouTube channel NJ.com.
The footage shows how the high-rise is folded in less than 30 seconds.
The hotel went bankrupt in 2014. The building was decided to be demolished, as it began to collapse. Now the authorities will have to remove the wreckage and decide how to use the vacant space.
The casino, which opened in 1984, is known for hosting parties featuring Hollywood actors, rock stars, and athletes. After filing for bankruptcy in 2009, Trump severed ties with him, but the sign with the politician's name remained.
Earlier it was reported that an unknown Russian paid almost $140 million (10.4 billion rubles) for the former plot of the 45th US President Donald Trump and the Russian billionaire, the owner of the Monaco football club Dmitry Rybolovlev.
The Palm Beach property is a nine-bedroom mansion with panoramic windows, a beauty salon, a game room, and a wine cellar. The 80-acre property features an outdoor cinema and an oceanfront pool with sun loungers.