Georgia Archives imploded due to sinking

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ATLANTA, GA. - Georgia officials imploded the Atlanta building known as "the White Ice Cube", formally known as the Georgia Archives.

The building was a 14-story marble structure located near the state Capitol. The building was taken down by implosion Sunday morning around 7 AM.

The building was taken down due to a groundwater problem causing the building to sink.