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Two people injured when Béziers floor collapsed

France 3/Scoop, Jan 28

Firefighters intervened on Avenue Maréchal Joffre in Béziers, Hérault, on Saturday, January 27 following the collapse of a building floor. Two people were injured.

The top floor of the building collapsed. Two men aged 32 and 61, who were friends of the owner of the building, were injured. They were transported to Béziers hospital.

According to firefighters dispatched on site, the damage is relatively small. The inhabitants of the building will nevertheless have to be relocated while the repairs are carried out.

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