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Brick Column at Entrance to Duluth Church Collapses

Updated: 04/07/2014 7:53 PM
Created: 04/07/2014 7:52 PM WDIO.com

A Duluth church is in need of help after part of the entrance collapsed Saturday night.

According to Pastor Gabriel Green, a brick column in front of the Church of Restoration on the 2600 block of West Second Street fell around 10 p.m. He said it just adds to the list of problems the building has suffered through the rough winter season.

Green said he can't afford to fix it, and is trying to do fundraising to pay for repairs. He said you can donate at any National Bank of Commerce.

Sunday services are still being held.

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