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Partial roof collapse at Wausau businessSubmitted: 01/05/2014

Lauren Stephenson
5 p.m. Anchor/Reporter
lstephenson@wjfw.com

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WAUSAU - The Wausau Fire Department responded to a roof collapse Saturday night at Graphic Packaging International.

The roof collapsed around 10:30.

A forklift hit a support pole causing a 40 by 80 foot portion of the roof to collapse.

About 20 employees were in the building at the time.

No one was injured.

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