DC fire and rescue crews respond to Southeast after house collapse

D.C. fire and rescue crews responded to a neighborhood in Southeast on Wednesday after a two-story house collapsed.

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A K-9 was deployed at the scene in the 400 block of D Street, Southeast, but there were no indications that anyone had been trapped in the rubble.

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They say the home was under renovation when the collapse occurred, and structures on either side of it were compromised.

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People in the neighborhood who might have been impacted were evacuated, but they were able to return once the incident was over.