Developing: Shelf Collapse At Party City, Rescuers On Scene

Party City

Party City Shelf Collapse, courtesy Palm Beach County Fire Rescue.

UPDATE: 1:03p: (From Fire Rescue) — No one is trapped, according to Fire Rescue.

UPDATE 12:17p: (From Fire Rescue) — At 10am crews responded to 22191 Powerline Rd for reports of injured people. First arriving firefighters reported this was at the Party City store and multiple aisles had collapsed onto each other inside the store.

A total of 7 aisles collapsed onto each other inside the store and Special Operations teams are currently inside going thru the debris to make sure there are no people trapped underneath.

All employees and vendors that were inside the store at the time of the incident have been accounted for.

Three individuals were treated and released with minor injuries.

Updates will be provided as they become available.

BOCA RATON, FL ( — Palm Beach County Fire Resuce is on scene of a massive shelf collapse at Party City on Powerline Road south of Palmetto Park Road.

No injuries reported initially. Several aisles have apparently — incredibly — collapsed in the store.

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