The bus nearly demolished the house that survived the Great fire of London
The building will try to save.
In the British capital bus crashed into a unique building that survived the Great fire of London.
Bus crashes into the only building that survived the Great Fire of London on the Strand https://t.co/LWcsTQXgyk
— Metro (@MetroUK) 7 September 2018
The house, which is now a Thai restaurant, brought in security lists like the only building on the strand that survived the disastrous fire of 1666. It burned 13,500 houses, 87 churches, most of the government buildings. The fire was deprived of shelter 70 thousand people, out of a population of Central London in 80 thousand. The strand is a street in Central London, which connects the districts of Westminster and the city. It starts at Trafalgar square.
Bus crashes into the only building that survived the Great Fire of London on the Strand https://t.co/AnFlOHIHeq via @MetroUK pic.twitter.com/BsXKPtw28K
— Richard HP (@richardhp) 7 September 2018
The incident with the bus No. 341 occurred at about four in the morning. According to the staff, remained the night in the building, they felt like the house shuddered to its foundations.
The restaurant survived, but he suffered serious damage. Corrupted by ancient walls, beams and features a unique stained glass window.
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The school will be closed for four months for repair. Regular customers of the Thai restaurant offered a 10 percent discount, so they have used a branch of the institution at a different location.
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