LYNN, Mass. (WPRI) - It looks like an early morning roof collapse that trapped two men for hours in Lynn Massachusetts is weather related.
According fire Lt. David Legere, it appears the roof buckled under the weight of the heavy snow that fell overnight.
The garage is reportedly owned by the Greater Lynn Senior Services - a nonprofit organization that transports elderly residents to appointments. The men were in the garage warming up the vehicles when part of the roof came down.
They were trapped for two hours before firefighters were able to rescue them around 8: 15 a.m. Emergency crews took the men to the hospital. However, officials do not believe the men were hurt.
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