Gail Meek’s convertible had only been out of winter storage for two days when a 100-year-old building collapsed on it.

“I’m devastated — I parked it all winter, and now this,” she said, staring in wide-eyed disbelief at the ton of bricks and wood that crumpled her 2007 black Mustang moments earlier.

The north-facing wall of a derelict one-story building on 96 Street and 101A Avenue crumbled around 12:30 p.m. Thursday, cascading rubble on to four of six vehicles parked alongside.

All four of the smashed vehicles belong to employees at the Women’s Emergency Accommodation Centre, who park in the lot of the century-old structure, located next to an infamous downtown peep show and pornography shop.

There were no injuries reported in the accident.

“It looks like it’s just used for storage — there’s nothing going on in here. It just looks like it collapsed,” said Edmonton fire Capt. Garry Klass.