Jerry Dodson and his wife Pat stand inside their home on the 42nd floor of the Millennium Tower in San Francisco. The 58-storey tower has gained notoriety in recent weeks as the leaning tower of San Francisco. Photo: APJerry Dodson and his wife Pat stand inside their home on the 42nd floor of the Millennium Tower in San Francisco. The 58-storey tower has gained notoriety in recent weeks as the leaning tower of San Francisco. Photo: AP
Jerry Dodson and his wife Pat stand inside their home on the 42nd floor of the Millennium Tower in San Francisco. The 58-storey tower has gained notoriety in recent weeks as the leaning tower of San Francisco. Photo: AP

The leaning tower of San Francisco: tilting, sinking high-rise raises alarm

Jerry Dodson and his wife Pat stand inside their home on the 42nd floor of the Millennium Tower in San Francisco. The 58-storey tower has gained notoriety in recent weeks as the leaning tower of San Francisco. Photo: APJerry Dodson and his wife Pat stand inside their home on the 42nd floor of the Millennium Tower in San Francisco. The 58-storey tower has gained notoriety in recent weeks as the leaning tower of San Francisco. Photo: AP
Jerry Dodson and his wife Pat stand inside their home on the 42nd floor of the Millennium Tower in San Francisco. The 58-storey tower has gained notoriety in recent weeks as the leaning tower of San Francisco. Photo: AP
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