A 500-metre-long (1,640 feet) overpass in the centre of a city has been demolished in just a few hours thanks to the teamwork of 68 diggers.
An amazing video has been circulating online showing the incredible moment the group of machines striking the huge concrete structure in unison.
The Yonghemen overpass was located in Nanchang, southern China's Jiangxi Province.
It was built 24 years ago and was destroyed last week in order to make way for the city's second metro line.
As many as 68 diggers were called to the site at around 10pm on August 26 as the demolition began, reported the People's Daily Online.
The whole process took just a few hours as the diggers lined up side by side and knocked down the bridge at the same time.
Apparently the overpass disappeared so quickly even the local residents were shocked.
bruvafunk, South London, United Kingdom, about 22 hours ago
It would have have taken five years and cost £38,000,000,000 in Britain.
mj86, weymouth, United Kingdom, about 22 hours ago
That would've taken 12 to 18 months in the UK.
expat, CZ, Czech Republic, about 23 hours ago
SHocked, yopu are having a laugh DM, that lot would have made enough noise to wake the dead, 60 diggers, some with pneumatic drills, nobodz could sleep through that lot. Accurate to the last again.
Kocour, London, United Kingdom, about 23 hours ago
In the UK, the road would have been closed for 'roadworks' for three years.
Citizen Khan, Sparkhilll They All Know Me, United Kingdom, about 24 hours ago
UK highways workers.. take note