字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Torrential rains led a two-story house to topple over yesterday near Keelong’s Bisha Harbor. The homeowners returned to the area today, hoping to salvage belongings from the house. Safety concerns led the Keelung City Government to deploy backhoes to demolish the damaged structure. One evening after a storm toppled this residence a mudslide seems to have made this building tilt at an even more dangerous angle. A break in the weather led the grown children of this family to enter the structure accompanied by emergency rescue crews. They are hoping to salvage whatever they can from their former residence. The extreme angle of the house together with rain makes it difficult to enter this structure. Crews are using bamboo poles for support, but the tiles are slippery making it difficult to proceed. Many were shocked to see this house collapse, with eyewitnesses on the street capturing this moment on camera. The building made its way into the road, and fear of further damage led to backhoes being deployed to permanently demolish the building. The family looks solemn as they watch crews complete half of the demolition work on their house. During the demolition a few person items can be seen as the whole family are wearing raincoats and struggle to recover these items. Unfortunately, even if some items are recovered like this purse, it is typically covered in mud as the family say it is simply trying to recover as much as possible.