Southsea Hotel Scaffolding Collapses In High Winds



Scaffolding on the front of a Southsea hotel collapsed this morning crushing six parked cars.

Scaffolding Collapse In Southsea

Strong winds are thought to have brought down the independent scaffold on The Royal Beach Hotel, Southsea.

The scaffolding was erected for painting up to the fifth floor of the hotel.

Local police announced that there were no body in the parked vehicles and no injurys were reported after the scaffolding collapsed.

One of the crushed car owners said: “Thank goodness nobody was killed, that’s the main thing.

“But I’m a bit upset about the car. I haven’t been allowed to get under there to have a good look but I think it’s a write-off.”

Written By Daniel Norton


Scaffolding Collapse Southsea