Wells Fargo roof collapse due to excessive ponding

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The cause of the canopy drive-thru collapse at a Wells Fargo bank has been determined.

A representative from the Wells Fargo bank says the cause of the collapse was excessive ponding of water on the canopy.

The roof collapsed last Thursday night during a storm.  No one was hurt.

A city employee previously told Action News that because the Wells Fargo building is a private building, inspections are not required like they would be for public buildings.