The mayor of Harrisburg says nobody was hurt after a landslide type collapse of an apartment building parking lot.
A bridge in Harrisburg remained closed Friday after a retaining wall and parking lot collapsed the day before, Pennlive.com reported.
PennDOT kept the Mulberry Street Bridge closed because of concerns about the stability of the ground near the bridge, according to the Pennlive report. The portion of Cameron Street that runs under the bridge was open Friday.
Inspectors are expected to continue working at the collapse site Friday, PennDOT told Pennlive.
York County Advanced Technical Rescue, comprised of Dover Township, Shrewsbury, Yoe and Hanover fire departments, was dispatched to the 100 block of South Cameron Street Thursday afternoon to help after the collapse. York ATR chief John Sanford said.
Special rescue teams in southcentral Pennsylvania, including one from York County, spent time searching through rubble and debris after a structure collapse in Harrisburg, officials said.
A cantilevered parking area collapsed onto a structure below, Sanford said. There was a car parked in the lot that fell onto a two-story business, going through its flat roof into the second floor.