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  • Roof collapses at Fresno Rescue Mission Thrift Store

    The roof of the Fresno Rescue Mission Thrift Store and Cars in Fresno collapsed in the middle of Monday's rainstorm causing officials to close the doors indefinitely. No one was injured in the collapse. Rescue Mission officials are working to find alternative ways to continue to operate the non-profit.

Roof collapses at Fresno Rescue Mission Thrift Store

The roof of the Fresno Rescue Mission Thrift Store and Cars in Fresno collapsed in the middle of Monday's rainstorm causing officials to close the doors indefinitely. No one was injured in the collapse. Rescue Mission officials are working to find alternative ways to continue to operate the non-profit.
Craig Kohlruss ckohlruss@fresnobee.com