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Downtown Seneca building crumbling
10/15/2018

Image and video hosting by TinyPic A portion of the brick facade of a downtown Seneca building at 5th and Main Streets crumbled over the weekend/Photo credit: Bob Wolfgang.

(KMZA)--A portion of the brick facade of a downtown Seneca building crumbled over the weekend.

Seneca City Superintendent Brian Ruske told MSC News he noticed a couple of weeks ago that the bricks were bulging out from the wall on the east side of the building located at the corner of 5th and Main Streets, and came down Friday night.

Ruske said the city used a skid loader to move the bricks out of the street, which was blocked off for safety reasons.

He said the building owners, Brian and Sharon Deters of Axtell, actually had a crew in the middle of last week to do some bracing on the interior of the building.   

The front portion of the building is unoccupied and the back portion of the building contains the Little Steps Dance Studio.

The Deters plan to repair the building.  
 

 

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