Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter, center, and Fire Commissioner Lloyd Ayers, right, announce that the death toll from the collapsed building is now up to 6 people. Deputy Fire Chief Robert Coyne said early Thursday that 61-year-old Myra Plekam was pulled from the debris more than 12 hours after a building collapsed and that she was awake and talking to rescuers. She's the 14th survivor of Wednesday's collapse. (AP Photo/The Philadelphia Inquirer, Charles Fox)

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Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter, center, and Fire Commissioner Lloyd Ayers, right, announce that the death toll from the collapsed building is now up to 6 people. Deputy Fire Chief Robert Coyne said early Thursday that 61-year-old Myra Plekam was pulled from the debris more than 12 hours after a building collapsed and that she was awake and talking to rescuers. She's the 14th survivor of Wednesday's collapse. (AP Photo/The Philadelphia Inquirer, Charles Fox)
Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter, center, and Fire Commissioner Lloyd Ayers, right, announce that the death toll from the collapsed building is now up to 6 people. Deputy Fire Chief Robert Coyne said early Thursday that 61-year-old Myra Plekam was pulled from the debris more than 12 hours after a building collapsed and that she was awake and talking to rescuers. She's the 14th survivor of Wednesday's collapse. (AP Photo/The Philadelphia Inquirer, Charles Fox)
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