No one injured in roof collapse at Calabrese Printing in Crafton

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Snow caved in the roof of a longtime printing business in Crafton this morning and the owner said it may be four or five months before it reopens.

Mike Calabrese Jr., 61, the owner of Calabrese Printing on Noble Avenue, said he was on his way to work this morning when he got a call from the police.

“The roof just caved in from the weight of the snow,” Mr. Calabrese said.

The family business, which has been in Crafton since 1978, does primarily off-set printing for letterhead, business cards, newsletters and other commercial work.

Most of the damage to the building and equipment will be covered by insurance and no one was injured, Mr. Calabrese said.


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