It may just a be a simple mistake, but the following Enquirer article Car strikes building, semi stuck under bridge has a huge error in it. It reports that a building in the 1200 Block of Vine Street was hit by a car and had to be propped up to keep it from collapsing.
Well I can report that after I walked the entire 1200 Block of Vine Street at about 5:15 PM there is no evidence of a building that had been struck, let alone one on the verge of collapsing.
The reporter obviously doesn't know the OTR neighborhood because if she did, she'd know that the 1200 block is the heart of the Gateway Quarter and if any building about to collapse here would include a business and/or people's residences, thus a much bigger story. Also, if they had ever been to that block they would know that at that time of day, everyday, cars line the street, so the crash would have more than likely hit a car, not a building.
Hopefully the article will be updated soon to reflect the correct block.
I really hope this was a simple careless error and not the sign of what we will be getting more of with the new changes to the Enquirer: fewer editors and less experienced reporters. Also an environment where staff will NOT be rewarded for knowing about the places and people they write about, but instead will be judged based on the number of hits their articles get.