A Park Slope house partially collapsed inside, sending the owner and a police officer to Methodist Hospital with minor injuries, according to the Brooklyn Daily. The officer fell through a hole in the floor, “sending the injured owner into a frenzy,” according to the paper. Neighbors said she was led out in handcuffs after refusing to leave. The owner was fined $2,500 in April for building code violations after more than 100 containers were discovered on the roof of the building. The owner has an “open case with Adult Protective Services,” the paper said. The house is located on 1st Street between 7th and 8th avenues.
Run-Down Park Slope Brownstone Partially Collapses [Brooklyn Daily]
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