Wall collapses at downtown Minneapolis business

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Firefighters are on the scene of a partial building collapse in downtown Minneapolis where a 30- to 40-foot exterior brick wall came down Thursday morning, KSTP reports.

The two-story building at 616 block of North Fifth Street houses Weather-Rite, LLC, a mass producer of HVAC units, according to WCCO.

KSTP says there were people inside the building at the time of the collapse, but no injuries have been reported.

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