Collapse on June 5, 2013 in Center City Philadelphia killed 6 and injured 13 people

Friday, Jun 6, 2014 at 04:43 PM EDT

The First 24 Hours of the Center City Building Collapse

The First 24 Hours of the Center City Building Collapse

One year ago today a large wall made of brick and masonry collapsed at 22nd and Market Streets in Center City Philadelphia.

Thursday, Jun 5, 2014 at 04:50 PM EDT

Emotions High 1 Year After Collapse

Emotions High 1 Year After Collapse

One year after the Center City building collapse residents remain divided about what to do with the site.

Thursday, Jun 5, 2014 at 03:08 PM EDT
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By Lauren DiSanto

IMAGES: Deadly Building Collapse

A building in downtown Philadelphia collapsed on June 5, 2013 killing six people... See Full Gallery

Wednesday, Jun 4, 2014 at 12:33 PM EDT

A Year Later, Criminal and Civil Cases Proceed Slowly in Fatal Philly Collapse

A Year Later, Criminal and Civil Cases Proceed Slowly in Fatal Philly Collapse

A Philadelphia judge Tuesday denied a pair of defense motions to drop conspiracy from the criminal charges lodged after last summer's building collapse in Center City.

Wednesday, Jun 4, 2014 at 12:31 PM EDT

Building Collapse Memorial Moving Forward

Building Collapse Memorial Moving Forward

As the first anniversary of the building collapse that killed six in Center City Philadelphia nears, efforts continue to construct a memorial park at the site where the Salvation Army thrift store stood.

Wednesday, Jun 4, 2014 at 04:38 AM EDT

Collapse Survivor Who Lost "Half Her Body" Shares Her Story

Collapse Survivor Who Lost "Half Her Body" Shares Her Story

With the one year anniversary of the deadly Market Street building collapse approaching, the final survivor to be pulled from the rubble spoke to NBC10 about her continued recovery and painful memories from that...

What Happened
Six people died and 13 were injured six months ago, on Wednesday, June 5 when a four-story building under demolition at 2136 Market Street in Center City Philadelphia came down on top of a two-story building, which housed a Salvation Army Thrift Store.