(With apologies to Equinox for the adaptation of his/her imagery).
This looks stranger and stranger the more I look at it. So the building is shown bounded by perimeter scaffolding, which must must be supporting a raised access workers platform, for some maintenance or building work. It extends out over most of the width of the pavement sidewalk. Therefore: how did the engine assembly pass through it
, vertically, as falling debris
, without causing the scaffolding to collapse ?
And note the relative positions of the cross-braced platform, in the left of the picture, compared with the main large engine assembly over to the right (it's partly obscured by the 'CHOOSE SUCCESS' advertising display and the large grey-leg). To clarify what I mean, look at this marked-up zoom:
Consider what happens when a picture is taken from the perspective of someone standing on the sidewalk looking towards the main large engine assembly (almost as if that guy above wearing pale trousers and a dark sports jacket turned 180degrees and took the picture...)
The elements now appear to be transposed! The cross-braced platform instead of being to left of the rear of the main large engine assembly moves over to the right
(it is faint in the unmarked-up picture, but the angled sections can clearly be seen).
And the main engine assembly itself appears to turn through 90degrees, in one shot- instead of the cowling slant angle being roughly parallel to the main axis of the scaffolding, it seems to turn away from the large grey-leg and the 'SUCCESS' leg of the advertising display.
Or am I misreading the whole picture? In any case, surely the main engine assembly is tight, UNDER that pre-existing scaffolding??.
Notice also that the mesh wastebin
(shown behind the main engine assembly picture, in the shot with the added oval-cornered yellow rectangle) disappears, then perhaps is commandeered to be the crime scene tie-up point in the middle of the road for the yellow 'DO NOT CROSS' tape...except it seems to have become transparent, and loses it's mesh construction?