PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Grant Street has reopened near the Frick Building after being shut down for two weeks.READ MORE: Pittsburgh Police Officer Richard Howe Dies Of COVID-19 Complications, City Says
The Mayor’s office announced around 3:45 p.m. that the road had reopened in time for evening rush hour traffic.
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The roads and sidewalks around the Frick Building were closed to traffic and pedestrians for about two weeks after a chunk of granite stone fell from the top of the building and caused some damage to the street below.
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Barriers were put in place while crews worked on repairs and installed scaffolding.