Your browser does not support this video. Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Demolition-Resumes-at-Crawford-Coal-Fired-Power-Plant-27MDHURP29B.htmlConceptually similarCrawford Coal Plant Demolition in the US - B-rollGP1STT9QCompleted★★★★Chicago: It's Time to Quit Coal - PSAGP0STPO4YCompleted★★★★Fisk Coal-Fired Power Plant Closed in Chicaco - B-rollGP1SU34MCompleted★★★★Fisk and Crawford Coal Fired Power Plants in Chicago - B-rollGP0STPO57Completed★★★★Activists Occupy Fisk Coal Plant in Chicago - Clipreel & SoundbitesGP0STPO59Completed★★★★Activists Occupy Fisk Coal Plant in Chicago - Updated Clipreel & SoundbitesGP0STPO5CCompleted★★★★Fisk and Crawford: Stop Making Chicago Sick - Web VideoGP0STPO56Completed★★★★I Can't Sit By: Stopping Coal in Chicago - Web VideoGP0STPO52Completed★★★★Timelapse of Chicago Coal Stack Action - Web VideoGP0STPO4ZCompleted★★★★View AllGP1SU00VDemolition Resumes at Crawford Coal-Fired Power PlantThe demolition process resumes at Crawford coal-fired power plant in Chicago, IL. The power plant is located in the Little Village neighborhood of Chicago. Residents are protesting the way the demolition process has been handled. Lawsuits are being investigated after the explosion of one of the smoke stacks caused a large plume of dust to cover the surrounding neighborhood.Locations:Chicago-Illinois-United States of AmericaDate:5 Jun, 2020Credit:© GreenpeaceDuration:12m0sAudio format:NaturalProduction Type :B-ROLL-CLIPREELKeywords:Cities-Climate (campaign title)-Coal-Coal-fired power stations-Crawford Coal-Fired Power Plant-Day-KWCI (GPI)-OutdoorsShoot:Crawford Coal Power Plant Demolition in US - VideoDemolition continues of Crawford Coal Power Plant in the Little Village neighborhood of Chicago. It was closed in 2012 after a long battle with community activists. It was owned by Midwest Generation, a subsidiary of Edison International. Demolition of the plant began in 2019. On April 11, 2020, a concrete smokestack was imploded and created a large dust cloud that covered the surrounding neighborhood. Mayor Lori Lightfoot issued an immediate stop work order and a lawsuit on behalf of the community is being looked into.The demolition continued on June 5th, 2020, under protest from the community.