A block of flats and a pub were evacuated in Glasgow when a brick wall from a restaurant roof garden collapsed on Saturday.
The wall reportedly fell 20ft onto Benalder Street in Partick but no-one was injured.
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According to the BBC, the restaurant was closed at the time of the incident at 12pm.
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Scottish Fire and Rescue Service crews were sent to the scene and removed the wall from the street.
Group manager Brian Winter told the Evening Times: "Our priority was to ensure the safety of the public so we carried out an evacuation and then conducted a thorough search.
"All persons were accounted.
"The wall was right above the restaurant, surrounding its roof garden, and a part of that wall fell around 20 feet onto the pavement below."