Door At Apple Store Falls On Bethesda Row Pedestrian


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 Apple store door falls on a pedestrian at Bethesda Row, Flickr photo via James Devine A large glass door at the Bethesda Row Apple store (4860 Bethesda Ave.) came unhinged on Monday and fell on a man. The photos above are from Flickr user James Devine, who captured the images with his iPhone. Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Services spokesperson Beth Anne Nesselt confirmed paramedics were sent to the scene at 1:20 p.m. on Monday. The adult male patient was taken to a local hospital with serious, believed to be non-life threatening injuries. Nesselt said it's her understanding that code enforcement or building engineers were not needed and the store continued regular operation after the incident. If you witnessed the incident or the immediate aftermath, drop us a line at desk[at]bethesdanow[dot]com. Flickr photos by James Devine

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