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  • Owner surveys damage at Boylan Bridge Brewpub

    VIDEO: Andrew Leager, owner of the Boylan Bridge Brewpub shows some of the damage after a twenty foot tall wall collapsed flooding his 12,000 square foot facility underneath the popular Boylan Avenue brewpub eight days earlier. Leager said a leaking water sprinkler pipe behind the wall caused the collapse, closing his business indefinitely as he sorts out his next moves.

VIDEO: Andrew Leager, owner of the Boylan Bridge Brewpub shows some of the damage after a twenty foot tall wall collapsed flooding his 12,000 square foot facility underneath the popular Boylan Avenue brewpub eight days earlier. Leager said a leaking water sprinkler pipe behind the wall caused the collapse, closing his business indefinitely as he sorts out his next moves. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
VIDEO: Andrew Leager, owner of the Boylan Bridge Brewpub shows some of the damage after a twenty foot tall wall collapsed flooding his 12,000 square foot facility underneath the popular Boylan Avenue brewpub eight days earlier. Leager said a leaking water sprinkler pipe behind the wall caused the collapse, closing his business indefinitely as he sorts out his next moves. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

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