UPDATE: Crews working to stabilize West Fargo building to prevent roof from falling off

WEST FARGO, N.D. (Valley News Live) - UPDATE: Responding crews say they're working to stabilize a West Fargo building that had a roof collapse earlier in the week.

On Sunday, the R.J. Corman Railroad Services building on the 2200 block of Main Avenue East in West Fargo had a roof collapse. On Thursday, West Fargo's fire chief Dan Fuller says the wind took hold of the roof via the previously collapsed portion, forcing it to potentially fall off.

Crews are worried if the roof falls off, it could affect nearby businesses. Our crew on scene was told by officials that they expect the building's roof to fully collapse something tonight.

The two people inside the building at the time of the call made it out safely. No injuries were reported.

ORIGINAL: Crews in West Fargo are responding to a person needing to be rescued from a building where the roof collapsed, according to unconfirmed reports.

Dispatch scanners are reporting that fire crews are trying to secure the collapsing building from within.

The call came in around 3 p.m. Thursday for a rescue at 2200 block of Main Ave East in West Fargo.

We have a reporter on scene at this time. Stick with Valley News Live as this is a developing story.