PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. - Heavy snow is being blamed for two roof collapses in Prince George, B.C., in less than 24 hours.
No one was hurt in either incident.
Part of the roof of a tree nursery caved in Friday morning, but no one was in the building at the time.
The JD Little Tree Nursery is owned by Canfor, which is scrambling to build a temporary shelter to house the seedlings.
The nursery housed 16 million seedlings worth $3 million, but it's not known how many were lost in the collapse.
On Thursday, the roof over an indoor pool at a home just north of Prince George also caved in after heavy snow, but no was hurt in that incident either. (CKPG,CJCI)
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