By WRCB Staff
ROSSVILLE, Ga. (Sept. 1, 2015) -- A North Georgia congregation is leaning on faith while part of its building is leaning on a car. A church member accidentally hit the gas crashing into a brick pillar, causing part of the building to collapse.
"You can't help but see this and imagine every scenario that could have happened," Rev. Ginger Isom.
For the past three weeks, part of McFarland United Methodist Church has been held up by a gray Honda Accord.
"Her knee, it just locked up on her. And so she could not go from the gas pedal to the brake pedal," says Isom.
Reverend Isom says she was getting ready for Sunday service when a church member ran inside exclaiming a car had just plowed into the building.