Monday, 10 March 2014

Another one of those "car attacks building" stories

From the BBC:

A car has been found embedded in the wall of a primary school in Birmingham after a crash in the early hours.

The car crashed through two sets of railings at Springfield Primary School and into the school office, said Birmingham City Council.

The school is closed while the wreckage is cleaned-up and the damage assessed.

By cross-referencing Google Maps and the BBC's picture, it looks as if the car went straight across the roundabout.

And it's a mystery to me why they've closed the whole school just because one little office is temporarily unavailable, it's a huge great building. Any excuse, I suppose.


James Higham said...

Step up from 'cow attacks building'.

Mark Wadsworth said...

JH, that would be pretty much my perfect subject matter for a blog post, especially if The Daily Mail mentioned the house price in the headline :-)