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Police and rescue employees stand amid the wreckage of the Knickerbocker Theatre, Washington DC, Jan 29, 1922. The roof collapsed (Jan 28) below the pounds of 28 inches of snow from a blizzard, resulting in 98 deaths and 113 accidents later on, both of those the building’s owner and architect committed suicide. – original

Police and rescue workers stand amid the wreckage of the Knickerbocker Theatre, Washington DC, Jan 29, 1922. The roof collapsed (Jan 28) under the weight of 28 inches of snow from a blizzard, resulting in 98 deaths and 113 injuries; later, both the building's owner and architect committed suicide.

Law enforcement and rescue staff stand amid the wreckage of the Knickerbocker Theatre, Washington DC, Jan 29, 1922. The roof collapsed (Jan 28) underneath the weight of 28 inches of snow from a blizzard, ensuing in 98 fatalities and 113 injuries later on, the two the building’s owner and architect dedicated suicide. – fascinating