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Lululemon Store Roof Collapses In Philadelphia

Brian Harkin for Racked
Brian Harkin for Racked

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ABC News reports that a Lululemon location in Philadelphia recently suffered a roof collapse. Three women were taken to the hospital to be treated for injuries, but have since been released. There were eight employees and five customers trapped in the store at the time of the collapse. "The lighting, the whole ceiling and the roof and the sidewall, everything just came crashing down," one of the customers told ABC.

According to the report, the roof gave way when falling bricks slammed into the store's ceiling, cutting a 20-foot wide hole in the top of the building. ABC sources said that Lululemon employees told local detectives that there had been an ongoing leak in the building's ceiling for several weeks leading up to the accident.