Remember the Market Street collapse victims in Philadelphia: Fund a Memorial Park at 22nd and Market

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Deborah Kocsis
7 years ago
As others have said, we need to remember the people lost here, also also need a reminder of our shared responsibility for the safety of our citizens. I had the honor of working with Juanita Harmon years ago and she was one of the kindest, funniest, most genuine people I've met and we lost her -- and others like her: other people's family members and friends -- in this horrible tragedy. The least we can do is remember them and try to ensure that something like this -- especially in this day and age! -- does not happen again.

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Carlton Dudley
8 years ago

Six precious lives were lost and another person was severely injured in this totally senseless and preventable tragedy. My daughter lost her very dear friend, Anne, as a result of this collapse. A memorial and park at this location would be a fitting tribute to those who were lost and also serve as a reminder to all who pass by and through the park; a place for reflection and healing.

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Francess Conteh
8 years ago
My precious mother Roseline Conteh was a victim

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Francis Sankoh
8 years ago
My beloved mother Roseline Conteh is one of the victims that lost her life during the building collapse on June 5, 2013.

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Maggie Davis
8 years ago
I loved my husband so much and I miss him a lot.

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Julian Herrera
8 years ago
I Don't know

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Emilio Gonzalez
8 years ago
this is a horrific event and in order to save more lives this should be passed

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Megan Nanez
8 years ago
It's hard losing someone.

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Janice Perez
8 years ago
To never forget Anne and the other innocent people who were
killed. I pray God give peace and comfort to all who loved them.

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Chris Kretschman
8 years ago
I walk by there every day and should have complained about the demolition. i'm sorry I didn't.