The call came in around 1:20 p.m. for a building under demolition at 3rd and Market Streets that had “collapsed.”
The incident was reported shortly after 9 p.m. Monday in the 2600 block of Myrtlewood Street.
Public records show property taxes on the house haven’t been paid since 2008. The property had been cited six times since 2007 by the city Department of Licenses & Inspections.
Eyewitness News has new details on a building collapse that injured two people in North Philadelphia.
A Philadelphia Grand Jury continues to investigate the deadly collapse of the Center City Salvation Army store in June.
A judge has ruled that two men facing charges in a Philadelphia building collapse that killed six people will remain behind bars until their next court date in February.
New laws stemming from the tragic Market Street building collapse has been speeding through City Council, but final votes are now delayed by a speed bump imposed by the state.
A hearing over subpoenaed records in the fatal Market Street building collapse this spring was postponed Wednesday, but a Philadelphia architect is facing even more requests for documents.
Authorities say four people were injured Sunday when a car ran into a building in North Philadelphia, causing it to partially collapse.
The incident was reported at about 8:45 p.m. at W. Girard Avenue and N. 4th Street.
During a press conference on Tuesday afternoon, Mayor Nutter referenced several rumors connected to a row home explosion in South Philadelphia on Monday, calling one “pure speculation.”
From Beach Haven at the Jersey shore, Chris follows the bankruptcy filing by the city of Detroit, the President’s statements on the efficacy of Obamacare. He also talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, CBS 3′s Beasley Reece, and Lou Richards, Owner of the Crust and Crumb.
Who will appear and who won’t? That’s the question of the day at Philadelphia City Council, where a committee resumes its probe of last month’s tragic building collapse in Center City.
A judge has ruled that the demolition contractor charged in the deaths of six people buried when a building collapsed in Philadelphia must meet bail of $1.55 million.
A banner requesting Philadelphia mayor Michael Nutter to resign flew across the city Wednesday morning.