The balcony collapse in Bolivia could be a case of a failed experiment.
The Bolivian government hopes that the new balcony floor will prevent balcony collapses in the future.
But in the past few months, a balcony collapse has been reported in the capital, Santiago, killing five people and injuring at least 100 others.
The balcony collapse happened on August 27.
The balcony collapsed because a roof had been lowered.
The roof was lowered because the roof had fallen.
The roof was not falling because of the roof being unstable, which can cause a collapse.
The Bolivians are now using a new roof that is designed to prevent the roof from falling.
The government said the balcony collapse is a sign of a more efficient system.
But it has not yet been tested.
The latest balcony collapse occurred in the municipality of Bolivares, where two elderly residents were killed.
The elderly residents had been sleeping in the apartment.
The collapse occurred during the night.
The state-run news agency reported that the balcony collapsed when a man fell asleep on the balcony.
The news agency quoted an emergency services spokesperson as saying that the elderly man fell into a ventilator.
According to the report, the deceased had been on the floor of the apartment when the balcony fell.
The authorities have already been investigating the cause of the collapse.