Given the winds that are battering Hampshire at the moment it’s hardly surprising that some folks are experiencing some damage to property. Having jst heard about this I am pleased that nobody was hurt.
RESIDENTS have told of their shock after scaffolding attached to a hotel collapsed and crushed six cars.
High winds tore the structure from the side of the Best Western Royal Beach Hotel, in St Helen’s Parade, Southsea, causing the scaffolding to crash on to vehicles in Alhambra Road.
Part of the hotel’s balcony also came down with the scaffolding.
Luckily no one was hurt in the incident, which happened at about 8am today. The four storey, 120 bed roomed hotel, is fully booked.
Apparently help was on hand.
A group of firefighters from across the country who were staying at the hotel for a training course were immediately on scene to see if they could be of any assistance.