"All of a sudden everyone gasped and turn around and look and the walls gone," she said.
WDBJ 7 reached out to Charlotte Moore on Sunday regarding the collapse.
Moore represents the Cave Spring district on the Roanoke County Board of Supervisors. She wasn’t available for an on camera interview, but told WDBJ 7 she was surprised to see the damage.
She said the county is in the process of making sure the wall is properly fixed.
A lot of controversy surrounded South Peak before the county gave the green light on the project. Nearby residents said construction has been slow on the site up until now.
"I'm not saying that had anything to do with the wall, but it does seem like there were some shortcuts that got us to this part," said Alan Wade.
No word yet on the extent of damage done to either the roadway or the wall surrounding the property.
A building inspector and the developer, Smith/Packett, are trying to figure out what caused the wall to collapse and are taking all steps necessary to prevent further damage.