PNC Park is a sprawling expanse of green space in northeast Pennsylvania that spans more than 30 acres.
It’s home to the National Zoo, the PNC golf course, the Philadelphia Eagles’ training facility and other venues.
PNC’s headquarters and other sites have been vacant for years, and a new PNC building was under construction when the structures collapsed.
“It’s a disaster.
And we don’t know what’s going to happen with it,” said PNC spokesman Jeff Leopold.
“It’s still a mystery.
We’re hoping that the people who live in the neighborhood and who work in the area, who are still here, will come forward with information that will help us solve this mystery.”PNC has not yet released the names of the employees who were inside the building at the time of the collapse, and the building is being examined by investigators.
A total of 13 people were killed, including seven children, and 17 others were injured.
The building is not connected to any other buildings in the park.
“We are extremely grateful to the local authorities and the federal government for their assistance in this tragedy,” Leoplow said.
The building was built in 2006 and is the fifth-tallest structure in the PNW, behind the Pnc Golf Course, PNC Arena and the Pennsylvania State Capitol.