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Intense sunlight reflects off the 37-story skyscraper nicknamed the "Walkie Talkie" in London last year. The building drew ire for having a glare so strong it melted nearby cars and shops. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)

(Bloomberg) — Engineers are trying to find out why two steel bolts broke off from the 47-story London tower known as the Cheesegrater, falling five floors to the street.

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