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Philadelphia - June 7, 2013

1. SOUNDBITE: Keith Bell/Sister injured in building collapse

"On her way back up the steps, she said, the roof collapsed and it was just chaos. The steps gave way up underneath, she got thrown off the steps, bunch a rubble, bricks, glass, all types of stuff fell on top of her."

2. SOUNDBITE: Joseph Marrone/Attorney for Linda Bell

"This is one of the, probably the most significant and horrifying construction accidents in our city."

3. SOUNDBITE: Keith Bell/Sister injured in building collapse

"She's still shook up real bad, sore, swollen up, you know what I mean? It's just been a real ordeal. She's a little too shook up, she don't even feel like talking to nobody, I guess, after the experience she went through, seeing other people getting killed and stuff like that. So she's really like devastated, so just taking things a day at a time."

4. SOUNDBITE: Joseph Marrone/Attorney for Linda Bell

"That's why today we were in court. We were asking the judge to allow us to have an onsite inspection, to use a video camera, to use a regular camera, to begin to allow our experts to come on the scene to put together exactly what happened so that we can begin to build our case."

5. SOUNDBITE: Keith Bell/Sister injured in building collapse

"I drove, I got close enough to see it, I couldn't really see it because it's blocked off. I've seen it on TV; it's horrifying. It's horrifying. I feel for anybody who got hurt or lost their lives."

STORYLINE:

Linda Bell was shopping at a Salvation Army store when the building adjacent to it collapsed.

Her brother, Keith Bell, said his sister was "on her way back up the steps, she said, the roof collapsed and it was just chaos. The steps gave way up underneath, she got thrown off the steps, bunch a rubble, bricks, glass, all types of stuff fell on top of her."

Bell, a 50-year-old mother of three, fell into the basement and was covered by rubble for more than an hour.

"She's still shook up real bad, sore, swollen up, you know what I mean? It's just been a real ordeal," her brother said.

Bell is the second plaintiff to join a lawsuit over the incident.

Her attorney, Joseph Marrone, said "this is one of the, probably the most significant and horrifying construction accidents in our city."

The four-story building toppled onto the thrift store Wednesday on Philadelphia's busy Market Street.

Six people were killed, including a woman working her first day at the store. Thirteen people, including Bell, were injured.

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