WASHINGTON — A car crashed into an unoccupied workplace area in a constructing in Northwest D.C. Thursday night and prompted an evacuation, based on D.C. Hearth and EMS.
The incident occurred on 13th Road and Massachusettes Avenue, officers stated.
When crews arrived on the scene, they established a collapse zone and evacuated individuals out of the constructing.
One individual was faraway from the automobile and evaluated for minor accidents following the incident. The standing of the individual’s accidents has not been launched.
Hearth officers stated the division’s Particular Operations personnel decided that there was no structural injury to the constructing. Quickly after, individuals have been allowed again into the constructing.
The reason for the crash is unclear.
Replace car hit constructing 13th & Mass. Ave NW. #DCsBravest particular operations personnel decided injury is beauty solely & there are not any structural integrity points. Automobile struck an unoccupied workplace area. All residents allowed to return. @dcra inspector requested. pic.twitter.com/XMx969ijWT
— DC Hearth and EMS (@dcfireems) May 7, 2021