A building in downtown Philadelphia collapsed on Wednesday morning and authorities fear that as many as 10 people could be trapped in the rubble, according to ABC affiliate WPVI
According to the WPVI report:
The 4-story building, which was connected to a Salvation Army Thrift Store on the southeast corner, collapsed at 10:45 Wednesday morning.
The collapse brought down part of the thrift store and what appears to be converted row homes attached to the back of the building.
It is believed at least two people remain trapped under the rubble. Ten people have been taken to area hospitals so far.
Watch video from the scene from WPVI below