Piece of construction collapses at Daytona Beach hospital, firefighters say

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Daytona Beach Fire Department responded to Halifax Hospital after a construction collapse Sunday.


According to a social media post from Halifax Hospital, high wind gusts caused the banner to pull down the metal scaffolding in the afternoon.

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Firefighters said there were no reported injuries.

The emergency room at the hospital is still open, but the west entrance is closed, firefighters said.

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Daytona Beach firefighters said people should enter from Herineman Street.

The hospital warns people to be careful around the area.

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