It seems to have happened out of nowhere. A storefront for a luggage store in Santa Rosa, California suddenly collapsed, taking the front facade and the awning along with it. Fortunately, the store wasn’t open at the time and nobody was injured. The store owners said that since the building is over three decades old, it might have been a structural problem that simply got worse over time.
Next, we move on to Brazil. Employees at a pool store usually like it when they see their products fly out of the shop, but not like this. High winds tore a fiberglass pool off its restraints and sent it flying into the street. Nobody was hurt and there was no damage. But who knows? Maybe a pool in the street is a fun idea?