NEW YORK (AP) - A New York City report has found a series of regulatory lapses and a feigned inspection report preceded a facade collapse that killed a 2-year-old girl.

NEW YORK (AP) A New York City report has found a series of regulatory lapses and a feigned inspection report preceded a facade collapse that killed a 2-year-old girl.

The results of the Department of Investigation's probe into the circumstances surrounding Greta Greene's May death were released Tuesday.

The child was killed after a piece of terracotta from a Manhattan senior living facility fell eight stories onto her.

Commissioner Mark G. Peters' report found that an engineer hired to inspect the building's facade certified it was safe without actually examining it. That engineer has been arrested.

The report found the building had failed to file required safety reports.

It also found that city buildings officials fined the building for not filing required paperwork but didn't actually inspect the building despite warnings.