Building Collapses In Philadelphia (UPDATED)
A building collapsed at the corner of 22nd and Market streets in Center City Philadelphia, trapping a number of a people under the rubble. The 4-story building, which was connected to a Salvation Army Thrift Store on the southeast corner, collapsed at 10:45 Wednesday morning. The Fire Dept. believes there may be 8 to 10 people trapped in the rubble.
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CNN is reporting that one woman was killed in the Philadelphia building collapse and 13 others were hospitalized after being pulled from the debris.
Read more at cnn.com
Here’s a report from ABC 6
Here comes OSHA , and here comes the general contractors checkbook . The Industrial Accident Board just got some new cases .
If one building can collapse and hurt people, EVERY building can collapse and hurt people!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
My brother used to work at the Chinatown firehouse near there. He's no longer there, but he used to tell me that it was hell getting trucks around there with the traffic. Hope everyone is safe.
That sucks. Get that robo-snake thing over there quick to see if anyone is trapped. Also, I wonder if thermal cameras would see trapped bodies beneath the rubble?
The one they were bringing down was an old adult books store. So the walls were only held up by dried cum and tears.
Let me play internet detective. I don't see any blast marks or charred shit. Im ruling out explosion and going with good ol cost-cutting, shortcut-taking, shitty construction.
@Aria Taint Who cries *in* an adult book store? My tears are saved for the car ride home.
@Moon Rocks or those bastards at goodwill