PHILADELPHIA - Residents were left shocked after a building partially collapsed Sunday night.
The building, which was vacant and being renovated, is located at Cecil B. Moore and North Dover streets in Brewerytown.
Wires were brought down, and debris rained down on nearby cars, according to officials. Photos from the scene show brick scattered on sidewalks and streets.
One resident said the collapse made a loud boom, which woke him up.
He also said he was surprised to see the building come down, since another building in the area was already being supported.
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No one was injured during the collapse. Officials say the rest of the building may have to come down.