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(KSL News) A historic church in Provo has been demolished.
The group that owns the land says it could not reach an agreement with a preservation group trying to save the St. Francis Roman Catholic Church.
It was one of two Spanish-style buildings in Utah County, but has been vacant since 2000.
Provo city leaders removed the building's landmark status in April to make way for demolition. The land the church sat on was sold to raise money for a new church.