Roof collapse forces closures in California

06/24/2010 | Fresno Bee (Calif.) (free registration), The

The roof of a vacant building -- built in the 1930s -- in downtown Selma, Calif., collapsed and forced the closure of three nearby businesses. No one was injured. A structural engineer from nearby Fresno was expected to determine the cause of the collapse. City officials are concerned that nearby buildings -- built in the same time period -- could also be at risk.

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