SEPTA Releases New Video Of Deadly Building Collapse

SEPTA Releases New Video Of Deadly Building Collapse

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PHILADELPHIA -

Newly released video shows a new view of last month's deadly building collapse in Center City.

SEPTA just released this video shot from one of its buses.

Six people died, 13 more were hurt when a four-story brick wall collapsed onto a Salvation Army Thrift Store on June 5.

Testimony has been heard at several special hearings since the collapse. Earlier this week, a top aide to Mayor Michael Nutter confirmed that the owner of the building sent emails warning of potential danger at the site before the collapse.

FOX 29's Omari Fleming reported live from outside SEPTA headquarters Thursday afternoon with more details.

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