A building in Pittsburgh’s Beltzhoover neighborhood partially collapsed late Sunday night.
The collapse happened in the 600 block of West Warrington Avenue. The roof of the brick building caved in and three walls inside fell just before 11 p.m.
The Bureau of Business Inspection was on the scene when Channel 11 photographers arrived.
Crews deemed the building to be unsafe and ordered it to be demolished.
No injuries were reported.
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