PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — It’s cracking, it’s crumbling and now it’s in danger of completely collapsing and falling into the street.
A three-story house on Forsythe Street in Pittsburgh’s Marshall-Shadeland neighborhood has been abandoned for over a decade.
Today, it started coming apart.
A huge crack opened up in the side and the brick foundation started crumbling. Duquesne Light cut off power to the structure.
Building inspectors say they may have to get an emergency declaration to tear the building down.
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