4 injured in Daly City balcony collapse, including 2 children

A balcony collapsed in Daly City Friday leaving four people in a trauma center, officials say. Two of the victims are children. 

The balcony gave in around 1:07 p.m. at 466 Westmoor Avenue, according to North County Fire Chief, Ron Myers.

The deck was attached to the front of a two-story, single-family home, Myers said.

Two adults and two children were reportedly on the balcony when it collapsed. 

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Multiple fire and rescue teams came to help, Myers said. The wounded were taken by ambulance to a trauma center.

Fire companies remained on scene for approximately an hour and there were no injuries to any of the firefighters.

A Daly City building inspector was requested and responded to the scene for a structural investigation.