A robust gust of wind knocked the roof off of a gasoline station in New Jersey Thursday as a winter storm pummeled the East Coast.
Video reveals the cover wobbling earlier than it collapses to the bottom at a Delta gasoline station in Garfield, New Jersey.
Authorities stated the construction above the gasoline pumps was outdated and wanted repairs and that robust winds contributed to its collapse, northjersey.com reported.
First responders had been known as to the gasoline station round 2 p.m. Thursday.
Fireplace Chief Mike Semancik stated the roof “was teeter-tottering. Then an enormous gust of wind blew it proper off.”
Nobody was harm and electrical energy and gasoline traces had already been shut off earlier than the roof toppled, Semanick informed northjersey.com.
“We’re making an attempt to see if we are able to get it on the bottom so it’s secure and never a hazard,” the chief informed the outlet.