Here's proof that too many records may not always be a good thing. On Monday morning, the second floor of Thrift Trader, a shop in the Hillcrest suburb of San Diego collapsed under the weight of vinyl records, reported NBC. No one was injured and the fire department promptly cordoned off the area. Here's photos of the aftermath.
Inside Thrift Trader after the collapse.
Records spilling over from the collapse.
Danielle Snyder, Thrift Trader employee, stands at the entrance informing customers that the store is not open for business.
From inside the store.
The start of reconstruction.
John Gagnon who handles maintenance sits just outside where the collapse occurred.
Records spilling out from the collapse.
Another view from inside.
Repairs are being made where the records broke through a window.
Outside view of the store.