Rescue crews are working to free up to 10 people trapped in the rubble of a building that collapsed Wednesday morning in Philadelphia.
The four-story building was connected to both an apartment complex and Salvation Army Thrift Store, according Action News 6. The fire commissioner, Lloyd Ayers, said as many as eight to ten people were being sought in the rubble.
A neighboring building was set to be demolished, according to CNN. There is no word as to the cause of the collapse.