Buddies fell on to the pavement below
The masonry fell as the pair strolled along Church Row in Epsom, Surrey just before 1pm today.
One shocked witness whispered bricks appeared to have tumbled down from the top of a three-storey erection in the town, showering the people below in rubble.
He said: “There was a decidedly loud bang.
“There were two people in the rubble as I looked down subordinates after, they moved out of the rubble quickly as people assisted them.
“Emergency services arrived incredibly quickly.”
Photos from he place showed bricks covering the road and a hole in the top of the building.
Police said the put together, along with a man, were injured in the incident in Epsom, Surrey, on Thursday afternoon.
Element of Church Street has been shut and is likely to stay closed to shipping for some time while emergency services clear the area, be consistent to Surrey Police.
The road was cordoned off
Three people were injured
Witnesses narrated a loud bang as the bricks fell
Ambulance crews were apostrophized to the scene with police officers and firefighters just before 1pm.
It is not yet intelligible what injuries the mother and boy sustained but they are not thought to be serious, a South East Skim Ambulance Service spokesman said.
The pair were checked all over at the scene and taken to St George’s Hospital in Tooting, London.
A man was left with laddie leg injuries, police said.