Posted October 07, 2018 06:37:48By now, the internet has been abuzz with speculation about a new mall in Oakland, California, that has mysteriously closed in a matter of hours.
The Oakland News reports that the mall, which had been a part of WalMart’s “Richmond Highway 55” network of rental properties, had been closed on Thursday due to a “high risk of fire” due to the failure of the roof.
The mall was reportedly closed for about 20 minutes, and has since reopened, according to the news outlet.
The closure has prompted a flurry of speculation about the cause of the collapse, which could be related to the roof’s failure.
It also prompted questions about whether the collapse might have been caused by “weather.”
We have been told by a source that the roof of the mall was not designed for the fire.
This is the first we have heard of it.
What we know is that it is a roof that was not tested to see if it could withstand a fire and that the store was not built to withstand the fire in the first place.
The cause of Thursday’s collapse is unknown, but it appears to be a result of “an electrical short,” according to a statement from the Oakland City Council.
The city says it is looking into the cause.
Oakland has seen a rash of recent fires in recent weeks, with multiple high-profile collapses that have resulted in major injuries.
In one case, a man died in the middle of the road after he was electrocuted when a power pole fell onto him.
Another high-ranking fire official, Mike McDonough, was killed by a fire in Oakland in May, after the city refused to remove a structure that had caught fire.