Today's award goes to a rocket design bureau in Russia.
"Industry specialists ... held test firing of a cruise missile at a Russian Defense Ministry range," the ministry’s statement said.
"After the firing, as a result of an abnormal situation, the missile diverged from the set trajectory and fell near the inhabited locality of Nenoksa [Arkhangelsk Region]."
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Earlier, a source in regional law enforcement structures said a missile fell on a residential building during tests at the navy’s Nenoksa range. No one was injured. According to local media, the roof and four apartments in a three-story house were damaged.
There's more at the link, and in this BBC report.
Talk about your military-industrial complex . . . order a new weapon and make work for factories; test the new weapon and make work for builders! What's not to like?