From the NBC television affiliate in DFW:
FORT WORTH, Texas --
Workers with D.H. Griffin of Texas leveled the 30-story Landmark Tower in downtown Fort Worth after four months of planning.
The implosion was a success and the building fell the way demolition experts intended, but several windows on the Baker Building to the east of the Landmark Tower were damaged.
Cleanup is scheduled to begin right away, but officials said it will take around 90 days to completely clear the debris.
Thousands of spectators braved rainy, chilly weather to watch the 1950's era building be brought down in the controlled blast.
NBC 5 reported that it will took 364 pounds of explosives to take down building.