Additional parts of Michigan school collapse; no injuries

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An excavator removes debris at Godfrey-Lee Middle & High School is prepared for demolition on Monday, June 24, 2019, in Wyoming, Mich. Additional portions of a school in western Michigan have collapsed about two weeks after a roof collapsed into a classroom.

WYOMING, Mich. (AP) – Additional portions of a school in western Michigan have collapsed about two weeks after a roof collapsed into a classroom .

The collapses occurred at Lee Middle and High School in Wyoming, which is located in the Grand Rapids area and is part of the Godfrey-Lee district. .

Superintendent Kevin Polston tells WOOD-TV a portion of the outside wall and second-story floor crumbled in the same area as the roof collapse. That section of the school was built nearly a century ago in 1925.

It’s not yet known whether the building will be available for use in the fall.

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