Home to be inspected after car crashes into it
A CLEVEDON house will be inspected again this morning to ensure it is safe to enter after a car crashed into it yesterday (Wed).
A fire crew from the town was called to Park Road, along with police and ambulance staff, at about 2.45pm to deal with the incident.
The car was driven into the gable wall of a detached house and the building was evacuated for people’s safety.
Park Road remained closed for much of the afternoon while a senior surveyor from North Somerset Council, along with a structural engineer, inspected the damage.
They concluded there was no immediate danger of the building collapsing but still asked the occupier to temporarily leave their home as a precaution. They were due to return this morning to inspect the site and deem whether it is safe.
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The female driver of the car was treated at the scene by ambulance crews.
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