June 13, 2013
A story Wednesday on the Center City building collapse wrongly attributed the following: "The OSHA inspectors who previously visited the site responded to a report of workers not wearing safety harnesses, he said. He also said the Salvation Army rebuffed a request to put scaffolding on the thrift store roof. " The statements should have been attributed to Kenneth Edelin, attorney for contractor Griffin Campbell. An item Tuesday incorrectly reported that Lauren Driscoll had earned $650 renting out her grandmother's yard for parking at the U.S. Open.