Several roofs collapsed in Massachusetts Wednesday as temperatures rose above 40 degrees for the first time in weeks.
A building on West Washington Street collapsed as a result of snow on its roof, though no one was inside at the time.
Two people were hurt when part of a building under construction collapsed Thursday morning on Stuart Street.
The fire department in Hopkinton was responding to a partial building collapse on Friday.
Demolition crews spent Sunday night tearing down a four-story home that sat next to a building that collapsed on Friday.
Chelsea Street in East Boston is closed to traffic until further notice due to the ongoing work at the site of a building collapse this weekend.
The MBTA announced Saturday it would be running shuttle buses from Saturday night at 8:00 p.m. through Sunday at noon time.
A crumbling, vacant, 4-story building in East Boston collapsed late Friday night.
A man in his 70’s was killed after the deck at his home collapsed on him Wednesday afternoon in Melrose.
Nearly fifty people working at a huge building in Easton are safe after the roof and walls collapsed Wednesday.