Officials Say Building Collapse in Reynoldsville Caused by Heavy Rain


REYNOLDSVILLE, Pa. (EYT) — According to Jefferson County officials, heavy rain was the cause of a partial building collapse in Reynoldsville on Wednesday.

Jefferson County officials told WJAC News heavy rain caused the collapse of half of the second story roof of a building on Wednesday evening.

The unoccupied building is located next to Farmers National Bank on the 400 block of East Main Street, in Reynoldsville, Jefferson County.

According to officials, bricks crashed through the bank’s windows and other debris from the collapse also caused damage to the bank.

Despite the damage, the bank will be open today, though the drive thru will be closed.


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