Debris rained down into two homes in Drewry Lane, one belonging to Mrs McKechnie, the other to a 95-year-old woman who was in hospital at the time. The wall flattened her garden shed.
Residents say it is lucky no-one was seriously injured. They're also worried about asbestos dust on the site.
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