¬PHILADELPHIA, PA - JUNE 5: Rescue workers search for victims and clear debris from a building that collapsed in an apparent accident at a demolition site, at 22nd and Market Streets, June 5, 2013 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The building being demolished landed on top of a Salvation Army Thrift Store, destroying most of it and reportedly trapping and injuring over a dozen people. (Photo by Jessica Kourkounis/Getty Images)
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Philadelphia's fire commissioner says 12 people have minor injuries after a building collapse on the edge of downtown.
Fire Commissioner Lloyd Ayers said Wednesday that officials are working to extricate two other people from the rubble.
Mayor Michael Nutter says a four-story property collapsed onto a Salvation Army store.