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Part of the roof and a wall are missing from the old garage and vacant building. For Chris Gillespie, it was quite the site to see when he stepped outside Monday morning.
Gillespie said he's just glad things were not worse.
"There will be violations issued on this property and certainly the owners will be billed for the cost of any cleanup and any additional demolition work that has to be done," Guss said.
Guss says they've seen a number of older structures fall victim to the high winds, but new sites are at risk too.
"We've also been urging construction sites to batten down the hatches, make sure everything is secure," Guss added.
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The space is owned by a local company, according to Gillespie, and is used as a parking lot.
If anything, he thinks the collapse will be used to speed up development in the area.