Storefront sign falls and hits 2 kids on Fulton Street

Two people are recovering from facial injuries after police say a storefront sign fell and struck them this morning on Fulton Street. The two kids

Police say a storefront sign partially collapsed at

Police say a storefront sign partially collapsed at around 11 a.m. at 1190 Fulton St. (Credit: News 12 Brooklyn)

BROOKLYN - Two kids are recovering from facial injuries after police say a storefront sign fell and struck them this morning.

Police say a storefront sign partially collapsed at around 11 a.m. at 1190 Fulton St. The 10 and  12-year-old were taken to Kings County Hospital with minor facial injuries. The victims' relatives say they are in stable condition.

Members of a church ran outside when they heard the commotion and pulled the children from the wreckage.

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