Three taken to hospital after two balconies collapse at Greeley apartment building

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GREELEY, Colo. — Two balconies collapsed at a three-story apartment building in Greeley on Monday night. Seven people were involved, according to a spokesman with the Greeley Fire Department.

It happened in the 1100 block of 26th Avenue at 7 p.m. The balconies were on the second and third floors and it was unclear which one collapsed first. The second-floor balcony supported the one above it.

Greeley police officers were the first to arrive on the scene and they assisted with a person who was partially trapped in the debris.

Three people were taken to the hospital, all with minor injuries.

Crews were investigating what caused the balconies to collapse.

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