Fallen bricks are seen on a sidewalk in the 100 block of south Washington on Nov. 30, 2015. The bricks fell from above a vehicle entrance to the building. The bricks may have been the result of a 4.7 earthquake that happened that day.
Fallen bricks are seen on a sidewalk in the 100 block of south Washington on Nov. 30, 2015. The bricks fell from above a vehicle entrance to the building. The bricks may have been the result of a 4.7 earthquake that happened that day. Brian Corn The Wichita Eagle
Fallen bricks are seen on a sidewalk in the 100 block of south Washington on Nov. 30, 2015. The bricks fell from above a vehicle entrance to the building. The bricks may have been the result of a 4.7 earthquake that happened that day. Brian Corn The Wichita Eagle

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