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  Today Normal Record 3/3/2015
High 65° 64° 85° (1929) 64°
Low 37° 40° 24° (1951) 37°


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Berkeley balcony inspection shows 400 buildings needed fixes

Berkeley balcony inspection shows 400 buildings needed fixes

BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) - Inspections conducted after a deadly balcony collapse in Berkeley last year show that about 400 multi-unit buildings in the city required repairs.

The Contra Costa Times reports Friday that's about a fifth of 2,200 buildings inspected. The information is part of a staff report recommending changes to its inspection rules.

The collapse last June of an apartment balcony during a birthday party killed five Irish students and injured seven people. A city investigation later revealed that wooden supporting beams on the balcony had rotted through from water damage.

City officials in July required property owners to hire a licensed expert to inspect balconies, decks, outside landings and stairs, and other weather-exposed areas within six months.

The apartment complex where the students fell was eight years old.

Copyright 2016 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.

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