Wrentham Outlets Open Again After Roof Inspections

WRENTHAM (CBS) – The Wrentham Outlets will be open for business again Thursday, a day after the fire department shut it down because of roof concerns.

All customers and employees were evacuated as a precaution Wednesday afternoon while inspectors checked the structural integrity of the roofs.

Some employees said that they saw what appeared to be part of a roof caving in.

Officials at the outlets said there was no roof collapse at any of the 170 stores, offices, or rooms.

All safety issues have been resolved, according to spokeswoman Joanna Humphrey.


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