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PB Main Street shut by building collapse

Council to look at structural reviews

Posted: July 26, 2014 at 2:48 a.m.

The top floor at the rear of the vacant, three-story building at 602 Main St. in Pine Bluff collapsed Friday prompting authorities to close off the street between Sixth and Eighth avenues as a safety precaution.

The top floor at the rear of the vacant, three-story building at 602 Main St. in Pine Bluff collapsed Friday prompting authorities to close off the street between Sixth and Eighth avenues as a safety precaution.

Main Street between Sixth and Eighth avenues in downtown Pine Bluff was blocked off after the rear portion of an aging three-story building partially collapsed Friday afternoon.

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