Fire crews shore up condominium after car crashes into it

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cialis times; font-size: 16px;”>Just after 10am this morning, online July 29th, Ventura City Fire crews responded to a reported traffic collision with a vehicle into a structure. First arriving personnel found a compact SUV that had driven into the side of a two story residential condominium complex in the 2800 Block of Harbor Blvd in Ventura. The driver, an adult female who self extricated out the rear hatch of the vehicle prior to our arrival, was evaluated at the scene and ultimately refused transport by ambulance. Following removal of the vehicle from the structure by a local tow company, Ladder Truck Company and Urban Search & Rescue (USAR) qualified personnel used lumber and specialized tools to build shoring necessary to support damaged portions of the structure. These actions allowed the residence to remain safely occupied by tenants after emergency operations were concluded. Ventura Building & Safety Department was notified and will be working with the property owner(s) to evaluate the long-term stability and/or repair of the damaged structure.

Source: City of Ventura Fire Department

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