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Less than two hours after about 30 people – mostly children – were displaced Sunday night when an apartment partially collapsed in Koreatown, it was deemed safe and residents were allowed back inside, according to the Los Angeles Fire Department.

Exterior stucco collapsed at a two-story apartment in the 2900 block of West Eighth Street (map) around 8 p.m., LAFD tweeted.

About 30 residents were temporarily displaced pending a building inspection, and LAFD were on scene assisting with temporary shelter, another tweet stated.

A building inspector later deemed it safe, and the residents were allowed back inside, LAFD spokeswoman Katherin Main said around 9:30 p.m.