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Philadelphia building that collapsed at 22nd & Market
Collapsed building at 22nd & Market in Philadelphia (WPVI TV)
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Philadelphia Building Collapse Video Released [VIDEO]

Video of a Philadelphia building that collapsed in June has been released to the public.

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Site of Philadelphia building collapse
Site of Philadelphia building collapse (Jessica Kourkounis/Getty Images)
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Demolition to Begin at Fatal Philly Building Collapse Site

A new contractor is preparing to begin demolition work at the site of a Philadelphia building collapse that killed six people.

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Philadelphia building that collapsed at 22nd & Market
Collapsed building at 22nd & Market in Philadelphia (WPVI TV)
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Inspector In Philadelphia Collapse Commits Suicide

An inspector who surveyed a downtown building weeks before it collapsed, killing 6 people, was found dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound a week after the accident, authorities said Thursday.

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Charges Coming in Philly Building Collapse

A top Philadelphia official says the man who was allegedly high while operating demolition equipment when a downtown building collapsed will be charged in the deaths of the six people killed in the rubble.

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Philly Officials Seek Cause of Deadly Collapse

Philadelphia is inspecting hundreds of demolition sites in the wake of a building collapse that killed six people and injured at least 13.

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Ambulance takes away a woman removed from rubble late Wednesday night
Ambulance takes away a woman removed from rubble late Wednesday night (WPVI TV)
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Search Resumes in Philly Building Collapse; 6 Dead [VIDEO]

Authorities say search efforts in the rubble of a collapsed building in Philadelphia that killed six people will continue through the afternoon, even though no one else is believed to be trapped.

City Fire Commissioner Lloyd Ayers says crews still need to search about 20 percent of the site, including the back of a thrift store

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