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Partial building collapse in the Bronx

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NEW YORK (MYFOXNY) - The FDNY and emergency personnel responded to a building collapse in the Bronx on Wednesday morning.

The portion of the building at 2601 Westchester Ave. came down at about 7:45.  It was near an auto repair shop.

At least two people suffered non life threatening injuries, the Associated Press reported

A photo posted to Twitter showed dozens of firefighters trying to enter the building.  It is not clear what lead to the collapse.

It was a very windy and rainy morning in the New York City area.
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