The St. Louis Fire Department is responding to reports of a person trapped inside a collapsed building in south St. Louis.
The department tweeted out Wednesday around 2:00 pm that a rescue task force responded to the 3200 block of Liberty.
3200blk of Liberty - Building collapse with a report of persons trapped. Collapse #Rescue Task Force responding. #STLCity pic.twitter.com/c45GbMGBjS— St. Louis Fire Dept (@STLFireDept) July 19, 2017
3200blk of Liberty - Building collapse with a report of persons trapped. Collapse #Rescue Task Force responding. #STLCity pic.twitter.com/c45GbMGBjS
Fire crews said the home was under construction and part of the brick facade fell away.
This is a developing story and will be updated as more information becomes available.
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