Building collapses in Louisville

WAVE-3 reports the Louisville City Fire Department and Louisville Metro Police Department are on the scene of a partial building collapse.     

When emergency crews arrived on the scene, in the Parkland neighborhood in the area of 28th Street and Grand Avenue, they found that the building had partially collapsed. 

It appears no one was in the building when it collapsed, according to Metrosafe, but firefighters are checking the rubble. 

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