Residents return after terrace collapse at Long Beach apartments

Officials say 37 families have been displaced after five balconies collapsed at an apartment building in Long Beach.

Officials say 37 families have been displaced after five balconies collapsed at an apartment building in Long Beach. (9/2/16)

LONG BEACH - Some Long Beach residents are home following a terrace collapse earlier this week. 

Around 40 residents of the Sunlit Terrace Apartments on Shore Road were allowed back into their apartments on Wednesday night, according to Newsday. 

As News 12 has reported, the residents were evacuated on Tuesday morning when multiple balconies collapsed. No one was hurt.

The city of Long Beach reportedly ordered all of the terraces to be removed from the building as a safety precaution before people were allowed back in. 

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