The owners of the old National City Bank building in downtown Cleveland have submitted a plan to the city with a recommendation from engineers to reinforce the decorative wall that crumbled to the street Monday afternoon.
If the plan is approved, work will begin immediately.
Bricks fell from the building on East 6th Street between Euclid and Vincent Avenue during rush hour on Monday.
One vehicle was crushed by the debris. No one was hurt.
Cleveland Police shut down East 6th between Euclid and Superior until further notice, which is taking a financial toll on some businesses in that area.