A car was left smashed after part of a house collapsed during strong winds earlier this week.
The gable end of the home in Merle Terrace, at the junction with Enfield Street, in Sunderland, crumbled on Thursday 14 June.
The parked car was badly damaged as bricks crashed on to the road as Storm Hector battered the region.
Two fire engines from Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service attended the scene to make the building safe from further collapse.
A spokesperson for the service said:
The fire service received a call at 11.30am on Thursday morning to attend the incident.
The spokesperson said:
There were no reported casualties or injuries following the incident.
Storm Hector wreaked havoc across the country with winds of up to 70mph.
The gale force wind caused fallen trees, sand storms, power cuts and travel disruption.