Construction workers escape West Town floor collapse

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No one was injured when the floor collapsed in a new building undergoing construction Wednesday morning in West Town. | Fire Media Affairs

No one was injured when the floor collapsed in a new building Wednesday morning in the West Town neighborhood.

Construction workers inside the building at 1154 W. Ohio heard the floor cracking and ran out of the building just before it collapsed about 9 a.m., according to Fire Media Affairs.

No injuries were reported.

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