Building debris falls onto Stirling city centre street

Debris from the building fell where a beer garden is normally located, forcing the pub to close.

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A Stirling street has been partially closed after stones came loose from the top floor of a building.

Masonry from the top floor of a building on the corner of Baker Street and Friars Street came loose and fell to the ground on Sunday (August 30.)

The damage and debris to the building caused the corner between the two streets to be closed.

The damage occurred two floors above Stirling pub No. 2 Baker Street, and the debris from the roof fell where the pub’s beer garden is usually located.

The situation caused the pub to close temporarily due to safety concerns.

No one is known to have been injured and the exact cause of the damage is unknown at this time.

Update: The corner of Friars Street and Baker Street remains cordoned off due to safety concerns. No. 2 Baker Street remains closed.

More updates will follow as they develop.

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