An undated photo provided by the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA), shows first year PAFA student Anne Bryan. As a bulldozer began to clear away the debris of a collapsed building that killed six people, in cluding Bryan, city officials said a search for the dead and injured was nearly complete Thursday June 6, 2013 and an investigation had already begun to determine how a relatively commonplace demolition job could have gone so wrong. (AP Photo/Courtesy of PAFA)

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An undated photo provided by the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA), shows first year PAFA student Anne Bryan.  As a bulldozer began to clear away the debris of a collapsed building that killed six people, in cluding Bryan,  city officials said a search for the dead and injured was nearly complete Thursday June 6, 2013 and an investigation had already begun to determine how a relatively commonplace demolition job could have gone so wrong. (AP Photo/Courtesy of PAFA)
An undated photo provided by the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA), shows first year PAFA student Anne Bryan. As a bulldozer began to clear away the debris of a collapsed building that killed six people, in cluding Bryan, city officials said a search for the dead and injured was nearly complete Thursday June 6, 2013 and an investigation had already begun to determine how a relatively commonplace demolition job could have gone so wrong. (AP Photo/Courtesy of PAFA)
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