In Harlem collapsed Church. Under the rubble were people

Baptist Church mount Ararat near Frederick Douglass Boulevard in Harlem collapsed today around noon on not clear while to the reason. The building was the construction work. Under the rubble left at least one worker.

#FDNY members are operating on scene of a partial building collapse at 316 W 135 St Manhattan. There is currently 1 non-life-threatening injury to a civilian reported.

— FDNY (@FDNY) November 29, 2018

The FDNY says that the 11-50 collapsed construction of the second floor of the building, after covering the rubble of the first floor and garage. Injured people in the Parking lot. One Builder was blocked by the collapsed structures, but to date have been saved: it threatens nothing. Experts scanned the rubble and we are sure that no one under them left.

NYPD warns motorists about blocked traffic near the site of the collapse.

It is known that the building, built in 1940, had long been in a disastrous state. Local residents have complained that wall of piled bricks. The walls had visible cracks. Authorities to recognize the building is dangerous, in the summer, has applied for demolition, but the resolution received only in November.