A building collapse in Philadelphia Monday morning left at least eight people injured.
FOX News Radio's Jeff Monosso reports:
At least eight people are hurt after several row houses near the 300 blocks of Jackson and Daly Streets in south Philly were completely or partially destroyed in an explosion that sent bricks, glass and wood framing flying onto the streets and and other debris onto neighboring rooftops.
This neighbor saw it happen.
(Neighbor) "There was some flames coming from the house and I called 911."
Fire crews are still on scene investigating a possible gas leak. Philadelphia police are asking people to stay clear of the area in south Philly.
Jeff Monosso, FOX News Radio.