Fallout mounts in deadly Philly building collapse

Attorneys in a lawsuit over the deadly building collapse in Philadelphia say they will be able to bring experts to examine the site. A judge

The collapse claimed the lvies of eight people.

The collapse claimed the lvies of eight people. (6/7/13)

PHILADELPHIA - Attorneys in a lawsuit over the deadly building collapse in Philadelphia say they will be able to bring experts to examine the site.

A judge ruled once the site is deemed safe, pictures and video of the demolition can be taken.

A total of six people died and 13 were injured when the four-story building collapsed onto a Salvation Army thrift store.
 

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