Partial building collapse in Northeast, officials say likely caused by wind
WASHINGTON - Strong winds on Sunday ripped through the DC region, possibly causing a partial building collapse in Northeast, according to officials.
The building, located at the intersection of Fenwick and Gallaudet streets, was being converted from an old tomato packing plant.
A large portion of the building crumbled in the collapse, but DC Fire and EMS reported that no one was trapped inside the ruins or injured in the incident.
The official cause of the collapse is under investigation.
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