Report: 3 Hurt in Partial Roof Collapse at Lululemon Center City

UPDATE, 4:47 P.M.: The latest from the city: “Traffic flow is being restored in the area around the partial roof collapse at the Lululemon Store at 1527 Walnut Street. However, the 1500 block of Walnut Street will remain closed to vehicular traffic at this time.”

ORIGINAL: 6 ABC is reporting that loose bricks from an adjacent building crashed through the roof of the Center City Lululemon store earlier today. The incident happened around 3:30 p.m.

NBC Philadelphia says that at least three people have been hurt. So far, only minor injuries have been reported. Philadelphia fire officials are currently on the scene.

According to the city, everyone has been accounted for. But in response to the partial collapse, it says, “Traffic is temporarily being diverted from the area around 15th and Walnut Streets. Motorists can expect residual delays. Septa bus routes have been impacted as well.”

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