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Bad GPS reading leads to demolition of wrong house
Al Byrd’s family home in Carroll County, Georgia, which has been unoccupied since his father died in 1998, was reduced to rubble after a demolition company used incorrect GPS coordinates to locate a building scheduled to be razed. “We had heirlooms in there. My mom’s dining room set…her hutch with her dishes in there,” Byrd said. Whoopsie. In the Atlanta Journal Constitution.