No one hurt in roof collapse on Northwest Side

The roof of a commercial building fell in about 2 p.m in Belmont Heights, but officials couldn’t immediately say if the cause was related to the weather.

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The roof of a building collapsed June 26, 2021, on the Northwest Side.

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No one was injured when the roof of a commercial building collapsed Saturday afternoon near Belmont Heights on the Northwest Side.

The collapse happened about 2:20 p.m. in the 7600 block of West Irving Park Road Chicago police said.

No other damage to the building was reported, police said.

Severe storms moved through the area Saturday afternoon, but officials could not immediately say if the collapse was weather-related.

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