Thursday, 16 April 2020

Car hits house

From the BBC:

A couple who were self-isolating have had to leave their home after a car crashed into it.

Robin Deane, 74, said he and his wife Carol, 66, were in the upstairs bedroom when the crash happened on Wednesday night, in a street in the Cashes Green area of Stroud.

He said it sounded "like a bomb had gone off" downstairs...


Lola said...

House attacks car stories are nice, but what we really want to know is that is there any evidence of an increase/decrease in cow attacks walker stories during this lockdown?

A K Haart said...

Was it an essential journey though?

Dr Evil said...

Come on, Mark. Play the game. What was the value of the house?

Mark Wadsworth said...

L, I don't notice so many stories about cow attacks any more. They appear more in local newspapers, so I used to have to actively search for them. I somehow got out of the habit.

AKH, no! Is it ever essential to drive into somebody's house?

DrE, a lot less then before the car hit it.

Rightmove says...

"Properties in Cashes Green had an overall average price of £227,305 over the last year.

The majority of sales in Cashes Green during the last year were semi-detached properties, selling for an average price of £215,515. Terraced properties sold for an average of £225,475, with detached properties fetching £300,500."