Car plows in to community center in crash forcing Liverpool road to close
A crash caused a Liverpool road to shut and forced a community center to close its doors.
Officers from Merseyside Police were called just before 10.25am on Sunday to Maiden Lane in Clubmoor to reports of a crash. Pictures of the scene show the side wall of My Clubmoor Community Hub damaged, as dozens of bricks lay on the floor.
Images also show a cordon around the building as officers make it safe. The community center confirmed on Facebook its “hub” activities will be suspended until the building is made safe.
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A spokesperson said this was due to a “driver who has taken out part of the building”. The full statement said: “We are sorry to inform you that our hub activities will be suspended until our building can be made safe due to a driver who has taken out part of our building. Our outdoor activities will not be affected, no one was seriously injured. “
A force incident manager for Merseyside Police said Maiden Lane was closed to “facilitate the vehicle removal” and no injuries were reported. They told the ECHO: “This was damage only and the road was closed to facilitate vehicle removal. No injuries were reported.
“The incident happened at around 10.25am today.” For the latest news and breaking news visit liverpoolecho.co.uk/news
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