Power lines were demolished after the crane crashed into a mobile home

The incident occurred near Loop 202 and Main Street in Mesa.

No one was injured after a crane crashed on two RVs in Mesa.

SkyFOX’s video shows the crane also tore down power lines in the mobile home park near Loop 202 and Main Street.

A spokesman for the rural metro fire department tells FOX 10 that the crane operator was originally trapped but made it out of the crane and is safe.

Power has been restored to the area and fuel leakage is under control.

Officials told FOX 10 that the operator had reset the utility poles around the mobile home park, but for reasons unknown, he had not adjusted the crane booms to support the huge machine.

The weight got too heavy for the crane to be stable, and it fell over and hit the two houses with its 100-foot arm. The crane also leaked fuel.

Both houses were empty and no one was injured.

Yolanda Corral, who lives in the area, was surprised by the sound.

“It’s crazy and I was scared,” Corral said.

Bobby Allsop, who lives in the area, wasn’t on that crane, but instead operated it to make a living.

“When you get to work, you put down your booms to stabilize them, and then you can raise the boom and adjust whatever you want to adjust,” Allsop said.

Eventually, power to the area was restored and after more than an hour of verification and double-checking, the overturned crane was brought back into position.

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