People looked Monday at the damage to the Phoenix parking garage after a 28-foot-long concrete panel fell off the side Sunday at the city-owned garage on East Vine Street in Lexington. No one was hurt as the panel fell from the second level and crashed onto the sidewalk across from the Lexington Transit Center. On Sunday, Tom Wilson, the city's parking garage manager said, "Under no circumstances will we open this garage until it is safe". The garage has 150 parking spaces.
People looked Monday at the damage to the Phoenix parking garage after a 28-foot-long concrete panel fell off the side Sunday at the city-owned garage on East Vine Street in Lexington. No one was hurt as the panel fell from the second level and crashed onto the sidewalk across from the Lexington Transit Center. On Sunday, Tom Wilson, the city's parking garage manager said, "Under no circumstances will we open this garage until it is safe". The garage has 150 parking spaces.
People looked Monday at the damage to the Phoenix parking garage after a 28-foot-long concrete panel fell off the side Sunday at the city-owned garage on East Vine Street in Lexington. No one was hurt as the panel fell from the second level and crashed onto the sidewalk across from the Lexington Transit Center. On Sunday, Tom Wilson, the city's parking garage manager said, "Under no circumstances will we open this garage until it is safe". The garage has 150 parking spaces.

Panel crashes from Lexington parking garage

May 08, 2011 11:21 PM

UPDATED November 10, 2015 01:50 PM

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