The facade of a building in Massachusetts is crumbling after a car crashes into it

A building in Boston, Massachusetts, was evacuated Sunday morning after a vehicle crashed into a first-floor beauty salon.

Boston police reported the incident on Twitter around 8:30 a.m. and advised motorists to avoid the area near Birch Street and South Street in Roslindale because of the increased traffic.

Photos of the crash show a tan sedan smashed into the corner unit of a building. Almost half of the front facade was on top of the car with bricks, beams, windows, glass and more.

The Boston Fire Department released several images of the crash, and one said a laser was used to monitor the building to see if anything was moving inside.

“A car crashed into a block of shops in Corinth St Roslindale,” firefighters said. “The driver was transported by @Boston_EMS. The building was evacuated for fear of a possible collapse.”

Firefighters added in a separate tweet that a civil engineer was en route to the scene to determine if it was safe.

The driver of the vehicle was transported by Boston EMS after the accident.

The driver of the vehicle was transported by Boston EMS after the accident.


The building was evacuated for fear of a possible collapse.

The building was evacuated for fear of a possible collapse.


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A spokesman for the Boston Police Department said no other injuries had been reported and the investigation was ongoing.

https://nypost.com/2022/12/19/massachusetts-buildings-facade-crumbles-after-car-crashes-into-it/ The facade of a building in Massachusetts is crumbling after a car crashes into it

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