No fatalities reported in Davenport as officials plan to demolish partially collapsed building

DAVENPORT (AP) — Officials in Davenport are making plans to demolish a six-story apartment building after it partially collapsed on Sunday, injuring at least one person and displacing countless residents and businesses. 

No fatalities were reported in the Sunday evening collapse in downtown Davenport. 

City officials said Monday that the property owner has been served an order for demolition of the building. 

Residents weren’t allowed back inside to gather their belongings due to the unstable conditions.

Demolition is expected to begin Tuesday morning. 

Meanwhile, firefighters and other first responders are being credited with saving lives — at great risk to their own personal safety — when they entered the unstable building Sunday.