Part of a roof collapsed Monday during a building during a Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda. No injuries were reported.
The fall seemed to have concerned an overhang outward a opening to a medical center’s puncture department, according to a Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service.
A “partial fall of a roof underneath construction” nearby a puncture opening was reported by Pete Piringer, a orator for a county glow and rescue service.
Piringer pronounced a opening remained open and was not affected.
The puncture dialect is in a building only south of a building building that is a Washington area landmark.
Photos showed what seemed to be insulation heaped on a cement and swinging from above.
The building is partial of a vast medical campus easterly of Rockville Pike and north of downtown Bethesda.