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Loudoun deck collapse to be investigated
Sunday - 7/22/2012, 9:35pm EDT
LEESBURG, Va. - A Loudoun County building engineer will try to determine the cause of a deck collapse.
The home's deck collapsed about 4:40 p.m. Sunday, injuring three people.
Fire spokesman Timothy Menzenwerth says says two dozen people were on the deck at the time. None of the injuries was life threatening.
A portion of the deck farthest from the house appears to have swung downward toward the ground. Before the collapse the deck was about 6 feet off the ground.
The house is located on the 14300 block of Loyalty Road between Point of Rocks and Leesburg.
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