WINTER PARK, Fla. — One person was rescued from debris after a portion of a Winter Park shopping plaza collapsed Monday night, Winter Park firefighters said.
Firefighters said they responded to the plaza near the intersection of Lakemont Avenue and Aloma Avenue around 9:30 p.m.
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They said one person was safely rescued from the debris.
The plaza is currently under renovation.
Winter Park's chief inspector said there is no structural damage to the plaza.
But residents still said they are hesitant to visit the plaza knowing that this happened.
"Honestly, I might shy away from that and go somewhere else until this place gets a clean bill of health. Because what else could fall?" shopper Mark Piszczek said.
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