At least 2 Brooklyn buildings sustain partial collapses due to weekend rainfall
As roads in Brooklyn dry up from this weekend’s rainfall, some places are cleaning up.
In Park Slope, a preschool building at 298 Sixth Ave. partially collapsed due to the rain over the weekend. One person was injured as a result, but no children were inside at the time.
A building at 755 Belmont Ave. in Brownsville partially collapsed. No injuries were reported, as it was believed to be vacant.
News 12’s Jericho Tran is reporting minimal impact on the roads in the Bay Ridge area from the rain, but drivers should still take it slow to avoid any puddles or slick conditions.