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Vacant House Collapses Overnight In Philadelphia

The row home on the 1400 block of Bouvier Street in Point Breeze was vacant at the time, already in danger of collapsing.


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Man Pulled From Rubble After House Collapses In Kensington

The house, in the 2700 block of Emerald Street, fell just before 4:30 a.m. Saturday.


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Family Escapes Partial House Collapse In Camden

It happened shortly before 11:30 p.m. along the 400 block of Line Street.


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Car Slams Into House In Camden

A car slammed into a South Jersey home Monday night, causing a large portion of the building to come crashing down.


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Warning Signs That A House Is In Danger Of Collapsing

Given the recent collapse of several row homes in the City’s Cobbs Creek neighborhood, local experts want to make sure homeowners know what to look for before a collapse happens.


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2 Houses Collapse In Cobbs Creek

Emergency crews are at the scene of the collapse of several row homes in West Philadelphia Monday.


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Residents Displaced After House Collapses In West Philadelphia

A vacant home partially collapsed in West Philadelphia Thursday.


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South Philadelphia Residents Eagerly Await ‘Green Light’ To Reenter Homes Along Street Where Explosion Destroyed 3 Houses

Some residents along 4th and Daly Streets are searching for answers to questions like when will they be able to get back into their homes? Several neighbors have been home since an explosion destroyed three homes in their South Philadelphia neighborhood.


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House Collapse In South Philadelphia Leaves Family Homeless

The Red Cross is now assisting a family after their home collapsed Friday morning on the 2300 block of Ellsworth Street in South Philadelphia.


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House Collapse Shines Light On Philadelphia’s Problem With Unstable Abandoned Buildings

From the front, 2166 North Franklin Street looks bad enough. But you have to walk around to the back to truly see what Fabricio Rodriguez and Emily Randle – who owns the home next door – have been dealing with: a neighboring house on the verge of collapse.