A woman who survived the collapse of the Salvation Army building in Center City Philadelphia is getting nearly 100-million-dollars. Mariya Plekan lost both of her legs after being trapped in the rubble for about 13 hours in the 2013 Market Street collapse. The money is part of a 227-million-dollar settlement in a nearly five-month-long civil case. The collapse left seven people dead and a dozen injured.
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