30 evacuated after partial building collapse in Passaic

Thirty people were evacuated from three homes in a northern New Jersey community after a building's foundation partially collapsed. But no injuries have been reported.

The partial collapse was reported yesterday afternoon on

The partial collapse was reported yesterday afternoon on Jackson Street.

PASSAIC - Thirty people were evacuated from three homes in a northern New Jersey community after a building's foundation partially collapsed.
 
But no injuries have been reported.
 
The Record reports that Passaic firefighters found a partial collapse on Jackson Street around 12:45 a.m. Sunday. Officials say that building and the two adjacent structures were then evacuated as a precaution.
 
The affected residents have not been allowed back in their home because there is a potential for further collapse. 

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