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‘Roof’ collapses at The Venue pub in Perth while Storm Ciara is raging in Scotland

A famous Perth pub had to close after the brickwork was seen falling from the top of the building.

St John Street headquarters made the announcement on Saturday evening and said the temporary shutdown was due to structural damage.

Storm Ciara is currently spreading across Scotland with many areas affected by strong winds and heavy rains, although at the moment there is no information on whether this collapse of the stone is related to weather conditions.



The image shows damage to the roof of The Venue

A spokesman for The Venue published: “Due to unforeseen circumstances, The Venue has been closed until further notice and we apologize for any inconvenience caused.

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“The rumors have increased only to clarify. There have been no injuries or deaths. Thanks for everyone’s concern we will keep you informed.”

Firefighters are currently present in Perth.

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