SALT LAKE CITY, Utah — An apartment complex parking structure collapsed Saturday near 2200 South and 700 East, according to Captain Leland Stowe with the Salt Lake City Fire Department.
No one was underneath the structure when it collapsed, and no injuries were reported. However, the fire department estimates there were 10 cars under the collapse.
Salt Lake City Fire responded to a suspended ceiling collapse in a parking structure 2200 South 700 East. No injuries to report, unknown total damage cost. Fire crews have cleared the scene. pic.twitter.com/NTE5kJ8dXF
— Salt Lake City Fire Department (@slcfire) June 7, 2020
Stowe said he isn’t sure how much damage the cars underneath sustained.
There is currently no known cause for the collapse. Crews are assuming it may have been weather-related, as the state was seeing strong winds over the weekend.
This story is developing.
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