Bricks fall off The Spot


No one was injured by the falling bricks.

No one was injured by the falling bricks.


The area where the bricks fell from can be seen near the top left corner of the South Ohio Avenue Side of The Spot.


Sidney Firefighter Collin Habel expands the taped off area surrounding the pile of bricks that fell of the the top side of the rear of The Spot. The Sidney Fire Department got the call that the bricks had fallen onto the sidewalk along South Ohio Avenue next to The Spot at 4:19 p.m.. The Sidney City Engineer was called to determine the building’s structural stability. The Sidney Police Department also responded. No one was injured by the falling bricks. The Spot is remaining open.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Sidney Firefighter Collin Habel expands the taped off area surrounding the pile of bricks that fell of the the top side of the rear of The Spot. The Sidney Fire Department got the call that the bricks had fallen onto the sidewalk along South Ohio Avenue next to The Spot at 4:19 p.m.. The Sidney City Engineer was called to determine the building’s structural stability. The Sidney Police Department also responded. No one was injured by the falling bricks. The Spot is remaining open.

No one was injured by the falling bricks.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2020/03/web1_SDN030320BricksFall3-1.jpgNo one was injured by the falling bricks.

The area where the bricks fell from can be seen near the top left corner of the South Ohio Avenue Side of The Spot.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2020/03/web1_SDN030320BricksFall2-1.jpgThe area where the bricks fell from can be seen near the top left corner of the South Ohio Avenue Side of The Spot.

Sidney Firefighter Collin Habel expands the taped off area surrounding the pile of bricks that fell of the the top side of the rear of The Spot. The Sidney Fire Department got the call that the bricks had fallen onto the sidewalk along South Ohio Avenue next to The Spot at 4:19 p.m.. The Sidney City Engineer was called to determine the building’s structural stability. The Sidney Police Department also responded. No one was injured by the falling bricks. The Spot is remaining open.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2020/03/web1_SDN030320BricksFall-1.jpgSidney Firefighter Collin Habel expands the taped off area surrounding the pile of bricks that fell of the the top side of the rear of The Spot. The Sidney Fire Department got the call that the bricks had fallen onto the sidewalk along South Ohio Avenue next to The Spot at 4:19 p.m.. The Sidney City Engineer was called to determine the building’s structural stability. The Sidney Police Department also responded. No one was injured by the falling bricks. The Spot is remaining open. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News