Thursday, August 10, 2000

Radisson roof collapse injures five




The Associated Press

        LOUISVILLE — Five people were injured late Wednesday afternoon when the ceiling of a room in the Radisson Hotel collapsed.

        The room was on the hotel's second floor, according to WHAS Radio. Building inspectors visited the scene to determine the cause of the collapse.

        Several of the injured were musicians with a New Orleans rap group called Mr. Marcello From the Ghetto. The band was scheduled to perform Wednesday night in Louisville.

        The victims were taken to Baptist East and Suburban hospitals for observation. None of their injuries were life-threatening, according to hotel manager Theresa Benedict.

       



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