BY SALVATORE LICATA AND CRISTABELLE TUMOLA
Part of a Maspeth home collapsed Friday afternoon, causing the evacuation of the house and two neighboring ones, according to the FDNY.
The basement side wall of the 69-11 58th Rd. residence partially caved in, along with part of the driveway’s concrete, fire officials said.
Authorities evacuated the home, along with two others — one that was attached to house and a second that was adjacent to the driveway.
No one was injured in the collapse, the FDNY said.
The fire department said it has secured the house and the Department of Buildings has taken over the investigation.
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