Car wedged against basement windows of historic hotel in Bath on Mother’s Day

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On Mother’s Day, diners at the Francis Hotel in Queen Square, Bath, were surprised to see a car wedged against the basement windows. Avon Fire and Rescue Service were called to the scene around 04:45 GMT on Sunday and freed one of the occupants from the vehicle, while the other was able to get out by himself. The car is still stuck, but the hotel is open as usual. According to Emily, a witness visiting family from London for Mother’s Day lunch, a large section of the railings and stonework had been damaged, indicating that it was a high-impact accident. Despite the incident, the hotel’s guest rooms were unaffected as the basement was used for storage.

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