Codes not to blame for Anchorage roof collapses following heavy snows

Design or construction problems likely contributed to the collapses, according to city officials.

February 17, 2012

Though two roofs of commercial buildings collapsed recently after more than 100 inches of snow fell in Anchorage, Alaska this winter, the city's building codes are not to blame.

Design or construction problems likely contributed to the collapses, according to city officials.

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