CHICAGO (CBS) —The snow, once again, proved too much to handle for a Chicago building.

The rear wall and part of the roof of a vacant building near 82nd and Racine collapsed Thursday. No one was hurt.

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That wasn’t the case Wednesday.

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There’s more information about the man who died after becoming trapped under a canopy that collapsed at an off-track betting parlor, 54-year-old Randy Pate, Sr.

He was crushed when the canopy crashed down under the weight of the snow. Another man who escaped from under the canopy is in fair condition.

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The fire department said if you can safely do so, to try to remove any snow that has been building up on canopies.