12-story Texas building that once housed bank imploded
PASADENA, Texas (AP) - A 12-story former bank building near Houston has been imploded as part of expected new development.
Demolition experts on Sunday brought down what was the First Pasadena State Bank Building.
Authorities say the structure opened in 1963 but went into foreclosure in the early 1990s and had been empty since 2002.
The property is owned by the Pasadena Economic Development Corporation.
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