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According to authorities, at least eight people were injured when the four-story building collapsed in part in an explosion in the West Side on Tuesday morning.
At least 10 ambulances were sent to the scene, so far six transports. The total number of injuries was not immediately obvious, but eight people ended up in hospitals, according to fire officials.
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