A Seattle waterfront landmark is set to reopen its doors after a temporary shutdown.
A Seattle pier has received approval to reopen to the public after it was closed for months when a chunk of a nearby pier fell off into the water, clearing the way for the city to proceed with its downtown waterfront project, officials said.
An iconic Seattle landmark could potentially be closed through the holidays out of an abundance of caution.
Seattle officials say they have not seen any damage to Pier 57 Miner's Landing, but the city is closing it "until further notice" after Pier 58 partially collapsed last week.
City of Seattle officials released video Tuesday showing the moment that Pier 58 partially collapsed, sending two workers into the water.
Two construction workers were sent to the hospital after the Pier 58 on the Seattle Waterfront partially collapsed on Sunday.
Mayor Jenny Durkan on Friday approved the “emergency dismantling” of Seattle’s 50-year-old downtown Pier 58, after a gap between the pier and seawall was discovered last week.