4 hurt after balcony collapses at Daly City residence, authorities say

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Saturday, September 17, 2022
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DALY CITY, Calif. (KGO) -- Daly City police are at the scene at a two-story residence where a balcony collapsed at the 400 block of Westmoor Avenue Friday afternoon. Four people are reported injured.

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Four fire companies and one chief officer responded to a medical emergency and arrived at the scene just after 1 p.m., says North County Fire Authority.

"The first arriving fire company found a two-story, single-family home with a balcony that had collapsed in the front of the home. Two adults and two children were on the balcony when it collapsed and were treated by firefighter/paramedics at the scene. All were transported by ambulance to a trauma center. A Daly City building inspector was requested and responded to the scene for a structural investigation," the agency said in a statement.

Fire companies are said to have remained on the scene for approximately one hour before clearing, closing off the area. Traffic has since returned to normal.

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