Boston Building Evacuated After Car Crashes Into Block of Stores

Boston Building Evacuated After Car Crashes Into Block of Stores

Boston Building Evacuated After Car Crashes Into Block of Stores: On Corinth Street in Roslindale, just before nine o’clock on Sunday, a car crashed into the side of a block of shops, opening Sarah’s Skin Care and Makeup Studio and the nearby Leise Jones Photography studio to the elements. The structure, home to some small businesses in a close-knit neighborhood, has suffered severe structural damage.

We are all small company owners in every enterprise up there. All of us are businesspeople. We all reside in the neighborhood, and there are many family companies and single entrepreneurs, so I believe it will be an actual test of the Roslindale community. We will be asking for support from our neighbors and assistance from locals. Leise Jones remarked.

Owner of Sarah’s Skin Care and Makeup Studio, Sarah Kosky, said, “I have alternated between heightened sensations, an adrenaline rush, and I’ve already bawled my eyes out for at least an hour.”
According to fire officials, Boston EMS transported the driver to a local hospital.

Witnesses at the site reported that the driver managed to exit before a section of the brick facade crashed onto the vehicle. The driver appeared to have relatively minor wounds, including cuts to his head and face. Someone at the scene remarked, “We’re just shocked the person was able to leave with minor injuries. A probable collapse was the main worry for the firefighters.

Birch Street and South Street in Roslindale should be avoided, according to Boston Police, and drivers should look for an alternate route. Workers extracted the automobile from the building using a front-end loader.

The owners of the small businesses we spoke to pleaded with customers to come out and patronize them. Kosky said, “I don’t know what I’m going to do. Even though it would be a tricky anytime, Christmas is especially devastating. At the crash site, Mayor Michelle Wu showed up and expressed her support for the owners of the businesses.

Getting people back on their feet is our first responsibility, according to Mayor Wu. Crews are anticipated to stay on the spot all night to secure the building. Investigations continue into the accident’s cause. According to officials, the driver wasn’t drinking and driving.