No one was injured Friday when this apartment building at 700 Indiana partially collapse. The two-story structure decorated with a playing card motif had been slated for demolition.
No one was injured Friday when this apartment building at 700 Indiana partially collapse. The two-story structure decorated with a playing card motif had been slated for demolition. DAVID EULITT The Kansas City Star
No one was injured Friday when this apartment building at 700 Indiana partially collapse. The two-story structure decorated with a playing card motif had been slated for demolition. DAVID EULITT The Kansas City Star

No injuries in partial building collapse in Kansas City

April 17, 2015 04:45 PM

UPDATED April 17, 2015 04:55 PM

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