Vacant Building Collapses in Atlantic City

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ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. -

A few residents in Atlantic City had to be evacuated from home after a neighboring building collapsed.

The Atlantic City Fire Department says on the afternoon of Wednesday, April 4th, a house on the 900 block of Atlantic Avenue partially collapsed forcing officials to shut down the area.

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The building was vacant and no one was injured during the incident.

BreakingAC.com reports that three adults and six children from the house next door were evacuated and relocated.

The cause of the collapse is unknown.

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