ALBANY, N.Y. – Air quality tests conducted at the scene of a building collapse in Albany have been released.
Signs were posted at the building warning passersby of asbestos. The city says the sign is just a precaution, and samples were tested. The mayor’s office says the levels are safe, according to the tests.
The vacant building at 162 Clinton Avenue collapsed Friday after the roof fell in.
People living next to the building are currently staying in a hotel provided by the Red Cross.