Sentinel staff report–
The Dollar Tree store at 7000 Sunrise Blvd. is now completely boarded up, after a roof collapse early Monday forced the store to close.
Sacramento Metro Fire posted photos of the store in a social media update, saying crews responded to the location on Feb. 5 around 3 a.m. The fire district said the roof collapse was “due to the storm.”
Photos show a portion of the ceiling in the left-rear corner of the store partially collapsed and touching the floor. An alarm can be heard going off in the background of a short video clip from Metro Fire showing damage.
Video from KCRA on Tuesday showed the building red-tagged by the Citrus Heights Building Department, with a notice posted on the front door stating: “DO NOT ENTER UNSAFE TO OCCUPY.” As of Thursday afternoon, that notice was gone and replaced with boards extending over all front windows of the store.
Metro Fire said no one was injured as a result of the incident. The store will reportedly remain closed until repairs are made.
Sentinel staff report--
The Dollar Tree store at 7000 Sunrise Blvd. is now completely boarded up, after a roof collapse early Monday forced the store to close...
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