News Notes: Another roof collapse reported on Will Dr.

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Police, fire and public utilities officials responded to a roof collapse at 135 Will Drive on Friday, February 27, around 12:15 p.m. The portion of the building impacted by the collapse is vacant. No injuries were reported.

The rear part of the building, used by food distributor DPI-Mid-Atlantic, was not impacted; however, that portion of the building had suffered a partial roof collapse earlier in the month. DPI moved its operation to another portion of the building while repairs are being made. Fire Chief Charlie Doody said a 50×50-foot section of the roof collapsed and the damage is estimated at $50,000.

Building Commissioner Ed Walsh and a structural engineer responded to the scene, as did the owner of the building. NStar, Columbia Gas, and the Canton Water Department shut off all utilities to the front section of the building.

CPD to host community relations forum

The Canton Police Department will host a forum to discuss police and community relations on Thursday, March 12, at 7 p.m. at the Canton Public Library. The forum, entitled “Black and Blue: All Lives Matter,” is open to the public.

Car hits snow bank, rolls over on Neponset St.

Police said no one requested medical transport following a one-car accident on Neponset Street in which a car struck a snow bank and rolled over on its side. The accident occurred on Wednesday, February 25, around 10:15 a.m. Police and firefighters were called to the scene but no injuries were reported. The accident occurred near the Dunkin’ Donuts by the on-ramp to I-95.

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