Sometimes you don’t even have to be driving your Corvette for something bad to happen to it.
That was the case last Sunday in Vicksburg, Mississippi, where the rear end of a C6 Grand Sport Corvette was damaged when a retaining wall in an adjacent parking garage collapsed onto it.
The incident happened in downtown Vicksburg and damaged at least two other vehicles, including a pickup and a white vehicle.
Vicksburg police said a mudslide caused the collapse.
Fortunately, no one was injured, but dump trucks and other heavy equipment were at the scene Monday morning cleaning up the mess.
The collapse closed the drive-thru at the Trustmark bank, which is next door to the owner of the wall, St. Paul’s Catholic Church.
Father Tom Lanor of St. Paul’s Catholic Church said “People who know buildings who are in the congregation have said definitely it has to do with the soil, but not with anything else that I know of. Because of the horrendous rain that we had here…it’s as bad a rain as you would see in a lifetime.”
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