One person has died after two holloware structures collapsed on the town of Oneida, Wisconsin, the city manager said on Sunday.
The town is about 20 miles (32 kilometers) north of Milwaukee.
The structures were being built by a construction company that was supposed to move the structures to another location, according to the city’s chief building official, Eric Lohman.
Lohman said the city is in the process of determining what caused the collapse.
The town is located on the eastern edge of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, which is one of the states worst-hit by the coronavirus outbreak.