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Massachusetts building’s facade crumbles after car crashes into it

A Boston, Massachusets building was evacuated on Sunday morning after a vehicle crashed into a beauty shop on the first floor.

Boston Police reported the incident on Twitter about 8:30 a.m., advising motorists to avoid the area near Birch Street and South Street in Roslindale because of increased traffic.

Photos of the crash show a tan sedan smashed into the corner unit of a building. On top of the car was nearly half of the front facade, with bricks, beams, windows, glass and more on top.

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The Boston Fire Department posted several images of the crash, and in one said a laser was being used to monitor the building to see if there was any movement inside.

“A car crashed into a block of stores at Corinth St. Roslindale,” fire officials said. “The driver was transported by @Boston_EMS. The building has been evacuated, for concern of a potential collapse.”

Fire officials added in a separate tweet that a structural engineer was heading to the scene to determine whether it was safe.

A spokesperson for the Boston Police Department said no other injuries were reported and the investigation is ongoing.

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