College Club apartments located on 2833 South Adams St., had some unwanted reconstruction done to building six because of a car crash.
On Sept. 17 at 2:30 p.m., a black Honda Accord careened into building six of the College Club apartments.
A report provided by the leasing office of the facility, said that no one had been hurt.
According to a resident of building six, the crash occurred because the car’s brakes malfunctioned.
“The driver was in tears,” Bryan Howard, 20, a second year business student from Miami said.
Denise Williams, 19, a second-year chemistry student said she did not get a chance to see the actual accident, but saw plenty of onlookers.
“There were many people standing around, but I only saw the damage after it had happened,” Williams said.
Representatives from College Club’s leasing office said that they have relocated the residents from building six and that the damages to the apartment are being repaired. For now the building is boarded up.
Further information showed that the car received minor scratches and dents and was later removed from the scene. The apartment that was hit had wall damage, ranging from shattered windows to caved in bricks. The car had almost gone through the wall into the living room.
“I just want to know how it happened because a lot of people are confused [about] how the car got over to hit the apartment,” Howard said.
The Tallahassee Police Department was contacted following the accident. However, representatives said they had no knowledge of the accident.
The driver of the vehicle was unavailable for comment on the incident.