The best news, as you’ll read below, is that no one was seriously hurt. The worst part? Cleanup and reshelving. Could this be more reasons and positive press for the growth ebooks? (-;
Except for some scratches, no one was seriously hurt Wednesday when a few rows of bookshelves came tumbling down, domino-style, on the second floor of Indiana State University’s Cunningham Memorial Library.
But the incident resulted in the closure of the library for the remainder of Wednesday and Thursday, and now 25,000 books need to be put back in order and reshelved.
First, a bracket that holds rows of shelves together at the top had to be undone. When workers undid a bolt, the empty shelving fell over, causing a domino effect. Three other long rows of shelving (called ranges) also fell, and those shelves contained books.