Vacant building collapses on city’s west side

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (January 10, 2014) —  A vacant building crumbled to the ground, Friday night on the city’s west side.

The building at West Michigan Street and North Sheffield Avenue was being demolished, but the weight of the snow caused it to fall, finishing the job early.

IMPD blocked the street off as a safety measure after bricks hit at least one vehicle. No one was injured.

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