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  • Vacant building on Troost Avenue, slated for demolition, partly collapses on its own

    A building already slated for demolition partly collapsed Tuesday near 33rd Street and Troost Avenue. Kansas City fire officials responded to the incident Tuesday afternoon after one side of the building fell into the street, leaving a pile of rubble. Fire officials said the building was listed as vacant and due to be torn down. It was unclear what prompted the collapse. No injuries were reported.

A building already slated for demolition partly collapsed Tuesday near 33rd Street and Troost Avenue. Kansas City fire officials responded to the incident Tuesday afternoon after one side of the building fell into the street, leaving a pile of rubble. Fire officials said the building was listed as vacant and due to be torn down. It was unclear what prompted the collapse. No injuries were reported. Joe Ledford The Kansas City Star
A building already slated for demolition partly collapsed Tuesday near 33rd Street and Troost Avenue. Kansas City fire officials responded to the incident Tuesday afternoon after one side of the building fell into the street, leaving a pile of rubble. Fire officials said the building was listed as vacant and due to be torn down. It was unclear what prompted the collapse. No injuries were reported. Joe Ledford The Kansas City Star

Vacant building on Troost Avenue, slated for demolition, partly collapses on its own

August 02, 2016 11:40 PM