Ring road closed after bricks fall from roof of building in Huntingdon

PUBLISHED: 11:07 24 January 2018 | UPDATED: 11:07 24 January 2018

Police have sectioned off the area.

Police have sectioned off the area.


Part of the ring road in Huntingdon was closed this morning (Wednesday) after bricks fell off the roof of a building.

The area has been sectioned off by police.The area has been sectioned off by police.

Cambridgeshire police were called at 8.25am to George Street to reports of debris hanging from the roof of Scott House.

It is thought that bricks had fallen off the roof and onto the path below. Reports of a large metal panel hanging off the roof also prompted concern among emergency service due to the windy weather.

There are no reports of any injuries.

Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue service was also called to the scene.

Pedestrians are being directed away from the area.

The ring road has been closed from the bus station up to Sandford House.

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