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Former Jacksonville Mayor Jake Godbold, front right, along with former St. Johns River Power Park employees, gathered to watch the implosion (Photos by Bob Mack)

St. Johns River Power Park cooling towers now a pile of concrete and steel

Saturday, Jun. 16, 2018 |

Former Jacksonville Mayor Jake Godbold, front right, along with former St. Johns River Power Park employees, gathered to watch the implosion (Photos by Bob Mack)

A drone flies between the cooling towers before the implosion.

Saturday, Jun. 16, 2018 |

A drone flies between the cooling towers before the implosion.

The implosion begins ...

Saturday, Jun. 16, 2018 |

The implosion begins ...

Debris shoots outward...

Saturday, Jun. 16, 2018 |

Debris shoots outward...

On the move down...

Saturday, Jun. 16, 2018 |

On the move down...

The towers begin to topple...

Saturday, Jun. 16, 2018 |

The towers begin to topple...

Down...

Saturday, Jun. 16, 2018 |

Down...

The imploded power park towers are about halfway through their journey to the ground. (Photos by Bob Mack)

Saturday, Jun. 16, 2018 |

The imploded power park towers are about halfway through their journey to the ground. (Photos by Bob Mack)

Down....

Saturday, Jun. 16, 2018 |

Down....

Down...

Saturday, Jun. 16, 2018 |

Down...

Almost to the end...

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Almost to the end...

Nearly done ....

Saturday, Jun. 16, 2018 |

Nearly done ....

The dust cloud starts to grow...

Saturday, Jun. 16, 2018 |

The dust cloud starts to grow...

More dust ....

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More dust ....

Nothing but dust....

Saturday, Jun. 16, 2018 |

Nothing but dust....

The power park is now just a pile of concrete and steel.

Saturday, Jun. 16, 2018 |

The power park is now just a pile of concrete and steel.

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