Rescue personnel search the scene of a building collapse in downtown Philadelphia on June 5, 2013. The first wrongful-death lawsuit over the building collapse was filed Sept. 3, 2013, by the family of an art school graduate killed inside a Salvation Army store. The June collapse killed 24-year-old Mary Lea Simpson of Haverford and five others. (AP photo by Jacqueline Larma)
Attorneys representing plaintiffs in the Center City Philadelphia building collapse trial told jurors they should not apportion most of the civil liability against the two men who have been jailed in connection with the fatal collapse.
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