A building has collapsed in Greenville, PA., and Main Street (Route 18) is currently closed.

Route 18 is closed from the intersection with Water Street to the intersection with Route 58 (Mercer Street).
Greenville Mayor, Paul Hamill tells 21 News the initial collapse of the building took place on Sunday, March 27. Following the collapse, the building was condemned. Following the initial collapse, on April 8, the front part of the building collapsed
Since the initial collapse, the borough had contacted the building owner, but got no response. On Thursday, April 14, Mayor Hamill sent a directive to the borough's public service director to send the photos over to PennDOT to have them assess the situation resulting in PennDOT shutting down the road.
A car detour has been posted using Water Street, Clinton Street, and Route 58. A truck detour has been posted using Kidds Mill Road (Route 4012) and Route 58. 
Fences have been placed along the sidewalks to provide pedestrians with safe access to businesses.
The roadway will reopen when safety concerns have been evaluated and addressed. Mayor Hamill says he will work diligently with the borough's administration offices to ensure the road is closed for as short of a time as possible. 
This is a developing story and will be updated as more information becomes available. Watch the 21 News app for updates.