Vehicle crashes into 400 year-old house in Terrington St Clement sparking warning building could collapse

PUBLISHED: 12:09 18 February 2015 | UPDATED: 12:09 18 February 2015

The 400-year-old home in Terrington St Clement after a vehicle crashed into it. Picture: Ian Burt

The 400-year-old home in Terrington St Clement after a vehicle crashed into it. Picture: Ian Burt

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People have been advised to stay away from a 400 year-old home which could collapse after a vehicle crashed into it last night.

The driver of a Citroen Berlingo crashed into the home on Churchgate Way in Terrington St Clement shortly after 9pm.

Fire crews from Terrington and King’s Lynn were called to the collision in Churchgate Way.

Officers carried out scene safety, and the urban search and rescue team worked to make the property safe.

A fire service spokesman said the crash happened opposite Terrington parish church, and crews were awaiting building control.

The spokesman added nobody had to be rescued from the home.


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