A automobile crashed into the Richmond Heights put up workplace on Feb. 4. (Courtesy of RHFD)
Firefighters from surrounding cities responded to a car that crashed into the entrance wall of the Richmond Heights Submit Workplace on Feb. 4.
In keeping with Richmond Heights Fireplace Division Chief Marc Neumann, Chagrin Valley Dispatch obtained the 911 name at 1:50 p.m. concerning the Submit Workplace positioned at 454 Richmond Street.
Firefighters arrived on the scene to discover a minivan had pushed by means of the entrance wall. An grownup feminine driver was the one occupant within the minivan and was unhurt, based on Neumann.
The driving force said that the crash was unintentional.
The Heights-Hillcrest Technical Rescue Workforce was dispatched to evaluate the soundness of the construction. Workforce members constructed a put up shoring system to stabilize the broken block wall. Plywood was added to make the constructing safe till everlasting repairs might be made.
The primary entrance and pillars of the constructing weren’t broken.
In keeping with Neumann, no civilians or firefighters had been injured in the course of the incident, and the put up workplace supervisor and constructing proprietor arrived on the scene and met with the incident commander.
Repairs to the constructing had been anticipated to start out instantly, and the intent is for the put up workplace to be open for enterprise the morning of Feb. 5.
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