Building site collapse in Woolwich

A building site in Woolwich has seen a partial collapse in recent hours. Emergency services are on scene. Wooden beams and scaffolding appear to have fallen.

The site is on Brookhill Road near Nightingale Place. The site was home to 1970s armed forces housing before seeing current redevelopment.

It’s believe there are no injuries.

Images courtesy of a video by Nic Ransham on Facebook’s Plumstead People group.

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One thought on “Building site collapse in Woolwich

  • June 14, 2018 at 8:40 am
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    Note to self, don’t buy in this development.

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