YAKIMA, Wash. - A support beam holding up the roof of the Eisenhower High School library in Yakima collapsed overnight.
Crews found the damage this morning. No one was injured in the collapse.
School district officials say the library has been closed off to students and staff while they evaluate the situation.
The Yakima School District has proposed a $119 million dollar bond that would replace the aging Eisenhower High School, as well as Davis High School and several other schools.