PHOTOS: Two vehicles parked at the Glatt Bite plaza were damaged this morning when a bank’s large overhead store sign fell off the storefront and came crashing down on top of them.
A store-owner in the plaza tells TLS one of the vehicle’s were occupied when the steel Hudson City Savings Bank sign landed on it, but the driver was uninjured. Luckily, there were no customers walking underneath it at the time.
It’s unknown what caused the sign to fall off. TLS-CCP.
And I thought only interest rates were falling ……..
Hudson Savings. Leave the *S* off for savings
Could they sue the bank for the amount it costs to fix their cars?
I guess that’s one way to reduce overhead!
of course they can sue, but my guess is there insurance company will just deal with it, and the bank can pay there deductable
Sign on the dotted lines!
Our savings rates are LOWER than anyone else.
already someones thinking about sueing
Did it fall r e a l l y s….l…o…w….l….y…? Just asking. DB
Well Thank God no one was walking in the spots the sign fell….That is the most important thing.. Material items can be replaced! But life cant..
Drove by the car is there but looks like someone already stole the sign.
True – the sign fell today – but it won’t show up for 11 business days. Db
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