Araiza/ Arizona Daily Star The Bank of Douglas at Alameda and Rock taken 1958. Tucson Citizen This is the Pima County Consolidated Justice Court building on the corner of Stone Opportunity and also Alameda Road looking southeast. A.E. Araiza/ Arizona Daily Celebrity ARCHIVE PICTURE-- Downtown Tucson buildings taken June 1965.
Tucson Resident This is the intersection of Broadway and Sixth Avenue looking northwest. A.E. Araiza/ Arizona Daily Star ARCHIVE IMAGE-- Midtown Tucson structures taken June 1965. Dial Loans the the old Federal Court house on Broadway, eastern of Rock Ave. Tucson Resident documents picture. Tucson Citizen This is a photo of One East Broadway in downtown Tucson on Broadway Blvd and also Stone Method looking eastern toward the Walsh Federal Court House - פיגום תורן.
The offices for the Regional Transportaition Authority or RTA and also the Pima Association of Federal Government or PAG are expected to occupy space in the structure. A.E. Araiza/ Arizona Daily Star Dave Bloom and also Sons males's apparel at the northwest edge sixth Ave and also Congress in 1956. The company moved to that area in 1931.
A.E. Araiza/ Arizona Daily Star Midtown Tucson buildings taken June 1965. Aaronson Brothers Clothing Store at Congress and also sixth Ave. Currently the Chicago Store. Tucson Person This a photo of the Chicago Store on Congress and also Sixth Method looking west. A.E. Araiza/ Arizona Daily Celebrity Midtown Tucson structures taken May 1953, including Stein's clothing and Leed's Footwear as well as Souther Arizona Bank and Trust Fund.
A.E. Araiza/ Arizona Daily Celebrity The Fox Theatre in downtown Tucson structures taken June 1965. Tucson Person This is a photo of the Fox Theatre on Congress Street and Rock Avenue toward the north on Thursday, October 24, 2013 in Tucson, Ariz. A.E. Araiza/ Arizona Daily Star The MacArthur Hotel at 500 E.
in 1965. Tucson Person This is the MacArthur Structure on Toole Method as well as Pennington Street. A.E. Araiza/ Arizona Daily Celebrity Downtown Tucson structures taken June 1965. Scott Ave looking southern from Pennington St toward Congress. Tucson Citizen This is a photo of North Scott Opportunity, north of Congress Road.
Araiza/ Arizona Daily Star Perkins Motor Co., envisioned in 1955, at the northwest corner of Stone as well as Alameda inhabited the website for 15 years till it was destroyed to give way for the Arizona Land Title Building, which was converted to Pima County Public Works Facility in very early 2000s.
A.E. Araiza/ Arizona Daily Star Midtown Tucson buildings on Pennington Road looking west from Scott Ave in the direction of Stone Ave, ca. 1960. Pennington Drugs goes to left. Tucson Resident This is a sight of the Leader Building, right, on East Pennington as well as Scott Opportunity looking west. A.E. Araiza/ Arizona Daily Star Stone Ave in Tucson, consisting of Arizona Land as well as Title, Pima Cost savings, Jacome's and also Steinfelds, looking south from Alameda Road from the northeast corner in 1962.
VIDEO CLIP: Two employees were drawn from scaffolding that was hanging from the side of a home structure in Boston's Chinatown on Thursday early morning. The case happened 13 stories in the air at Tai Tung Town, a real estate and company facility. Witness Andres Mateo told NBC10 Boston he saw the scaffolding decline.
He claimed as he started taping with his cellular phone, one man was pulled inside a window by firefighters. The other guy was absorbed after firemens appeared the glass. "Both workers were generated securely as well as they were promptly required to Boston EMS simply for an evaluation. They both seemed great," stated Jonathan Hernandez of the Boston Fire Division.
Adhering to the death of a lady hit by dropping debris from a Times Square structure's hazardous facade this week, workers are clambering to set up new scaffolding around the city. The Department of Structures is fresh off an evaluation blitz following Erica Tishman's fatality by debris at the corner of Seventh Method and West 49th Road.
"There are around 300 scaffolding companies in New york city City," stated Chief Executive Officer Benjamin Krall. "Everybody I have actually talked to in the sector has had their busiest two days." The DOB is checking of 1,300 buildings in the last two days, with assessors on overtime combing the city for collapsing stonework as well as various other troubles.
The owner paid a city fine, but by late July assessors discovered it unfixed with no walkway shed. Erica Tishman (credit rating: LinkedIn. com) Scaffolding is there now, set up just after Tishman's death. Krall says an industry-wide wake-up phone call is needed to stop allowing things slide. "I believe structure owners are now starting to realize the seriousness of disregarding potential exterior work that has to happen," stated Krall.
Some state senators and city board participants guarantee tougher regulations holding building proprietors extra responsible, with comply with up inspections much more aggressive and timely to avoid harmful hold-ups. A department of buildings spokeswoman got back to CBS2 late Thursday as well as claimed all assessment records from the past 2 days are being processed.
Authorities anticipate Martin Street in midtown to be closed for the following a number of days while cleaning proceeds after serious climate created scaffolding to find crashing down Thursday evening. High winds from a tornado caused scaffolding to fall from the side of the 14-story AT&T building midtown in the 300 block of East Martin Street after 9 p.
Thursday, according to officials. AT&T still possesses the structure at 105 Auditorium Circle, near the Tobin Center for the Carrying Out Arts. The telecoms giant moved its headquarters from San Antonio to Dallas in 2008 and has since slowly marketed off its actual estate assets. The Bexar Evaluation District valued the structure at $13.
A spokesperson for AT&T did not immediately return an ask for remark. On Friday, San Antonio authorities claimed the cleanup will certainly take two or three days, as the city needs to wait for the correct equipment to find. Authorities claimed they need to use lantern cutters to make it through the steel to begin taking the scaffolding down.
San Antonio Fire Department Principal Charles Hood said about 100 feet of scaffolding came down, several of it arriving on St. Mark's Episcopal Church nearby. At least four cars and trucks were likewise harmed on the road. A hubby, better half and little kid who were sitting at a neighboring bus bench were wounded throughout the accident, however not by the scaffolding.
Firemans stated they offered them a ride home. "Anybody that remained in a most likely six-block span would certainly know that that scaffolding was coming down. It needed to be rather loud as well as quite terrifying," Hood stated. Mary Jane Verette, president of the San Antonio Parks Foundation, remained in a close-by building as well as heard the results of the accident.
"It was a really emotional scene, the baby was frightened as well as the police officer was simply hugging him tight," Verette stated. "I was just chatting with some people about just how we as an area need to make sure we are taking treatment of each other as well as supporting each various other and this was just the excellent example of this." The church endured some damages, the scaffolding permeated the third flooring, creating roof covering and also water damages to the church home.