It’s hard not to take it as a bad omen when a wall collapses next to you when you’re walking to an exam.

But that’s what happened to 17-year-old British boy Ryan Puttick last week.

Ryan was walking to the train station in Christchurch, Dorset, when the upper wall of a brick house collapsed.

Ryan Puttick didn't flinch as the wall collapsed across the road from him.
Ryan Puttick didn’t flinch as the wall collapsed across the road from him. (Supplied)

The bricks battered a parked car and spilled out across the road.

But Ryan didn’t break his stride, walking through the bricks even as they were in motion.

“I know the video looks like I was fine, like it was a normal thing, but inside I was really, really nervous, really shook up,” he told the BBC.

He was focused on getting on his train so he could get to his exam on time.

The hair-raising moment was captured by a doorbell camera across the road.

Nobody was hurt by the wall collapse.



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