ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (CBS) — Two large chunks fell off the former Trump Plaza in Atlantic City during Friday’s nor’easter.

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The 20 to 30 feet chunks blew off the exterior wall due to the high winds.

The area has been blocked off from traffic and pedestrians.

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Insulation and debris from the plaza have been blowing onto the boardwalk due to the high winds.

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No injuries were reported.