Students at a Chinese university witnessed a shocking scene yesterday when a huge window at a classroom fell and shattered suddenly.
The accident, which took place at the Yunnan Agricultural University, in southern China's Kunming city, was thought to be caused by strong wind, according to Huanqiu.com, an affiliation to People's Daily Online.
Pictures of the scene show the glass window, which seemed to be floor-to-ceiling and measured around 10 feet tall, was blown down to a crowded classroom during a lecturer.
Students scrambled to help each other avoid getting injured as some male students stood on the desks trying to hold the window upright.
SecretSquirrel, Exposing Those Nuts, United States, 3 hours ago
Made in China.....say no more.....
Chume1, huntsville, United States, 5 hours ago
It was probably made in china. Most junk comes from there
Jodarbs, Stroud, United Kingdom, 5 hours ago
And the British goverment wants them to build a nuclear power station at Hinckley you couldn't make it up