Baldwin man injured in home collapse

  • February 6, 2014

PITTSBURGH (AP) — A man Pittsburgh-area man was injured after his roof partially collapsed.

Authorities say the back portion of the roof collapsed Thursday morning and the unidentified man was trapped inside the Baldwin home.

Emergency responders used excavating equipment to stabilize the home and get the man out. He was reportedly suffering from hypothermia and taken to an area hospital.

The building reportedly had about two feet of snow on the roof, and inspectors are on the scene.


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