Six-foot tall red brick wall collapses outward into Northampton neighbourhood alleyway

A fire crew was called out to secure a six-foot brick wall in a Northampton neighbourhood after it reportedly collapsed last night.

Wednesday, 13th November 2019, 10:45 am
Updated Wednesday, 13th November 2019, 10:50 am
A six-foot red brick wall in a Northampton neighbourhood collapsed outwards into an alleyway.

The alleyway off Abington Avenue that runs between dozens of houses and is a thoroughfare for residents' cars and pedestrians was closed after the wall fell down at around 8.50pm yesterday (November 12).

The 6ft-tall red brick wall fell into the alleyway. A crew from Northamptonshire Fire and Rescue was called to take down the collapsed section and set up a cordon.

The avenue connects Abington Avenue to Abington Grove.

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A six-foot red brick wall in a Northampton neighbourhood collapsed outwards into an alleyway.