PORTLAND, Maine (NEWS CENTER) -- A man in Portland parked his car downtown Sunday, and when he came back to it a few hours later, it was nearly demolished.
The damage was not from another car or truck, but from falling ice.
"I've come out here three times today, just cause it still really doesn't make that much sense," Adam Sousa said, looking at his car parked in his driveway.
Just one day before, huge blocks of ice fell from the roof of a Portland building, smashing through Sousa's windshield and destroying his car.
Sousa had parked his car at the corner of Exchange and Fore streets before taking the bus to Freeport. When he came back in the afternoon, he returned to the damaged car.
He said he and everyone who passes by the building are lucky because it could have been worse.
Timothy Nangle with the Portland Fire Department shares that concern.