Workers remove bricks from an old chimney at St. Joseph School in Decatur. (Photo by Eric Mann)
It took two cranes, two containers, and two men to begin the process of bringing down a tall chimney at St. Joseph Catholic School in Decatur on Wednesday.
One container held two workers from the Martin firm of Fort Wayne and the other held the bricks that the men removed from the aging chimney.
The process resumed on Thursday and will take the chimney down to the roof of the school, at Fourth and Monroe Sts., near downtown.