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No injuries after canopy collapse at BP gas station in Hudson

The owner of the station tells 3News that two cars were under the canopy when it fell.

HUDSON, Ohio — Clean up is underway after the main canopy collapsed at the BP Gas Station on Route 91 in Hudson on Friday evening.

The collapse at around 7:15 p.m. as severe thunderstorms made their way into Summit County.

The owner of the gas station told 3News that two cars were under the canopy when it fell. There were no injuries and both vehicles were able to drive away after the incident. 

The BP station is currently closed to allow safety personnel to handle clean up duties. The owner of the station is hopeful to be able to reopen on Saturday. 

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Credit: Carl Bachtel

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