Lorry hits the side of the Lattice House in King’s Lynn
A lorry has scraped the side of a King's Lynn Wetherspoon, leaving some of its wheels suspended in the air.
Keith Watts, 51, of Peterborough, was having a drink in the Lattice House on Chapel Street on Thursday when the incident happened.
He said he believed it was around 5.10pm when he heard a 'screeching' noise.
'I looked up and I could see this lorry, I thought from the angle of it, it must have hit the building.
'A few of us looked out and saw the wheels were suspended in the air.'
Mr Watts added: 'I felt a bit bemused by it and felt sorry for the driver. It was a real shock, you don't expect to see it.'
The Lattice House is woned by JD Wetherspoon and was put up for sale last year. It is a Grade II-listed building which became an inn in 1714.
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