Friday, June 27, 2014

Out Of Control Lexus Slams Into Store, Notice How They Include Driver's Age, Then Comments Close?

Car crashes into London pet store

By Craig Glover, The London Free Press
Firefighters watch as a tow truck operator uses a winch to pull a car out of a Pet Valu store after witnesses say an elderly woman drove into the storefront on Commissioners Road near Wellington Road in London, Ontario on Wednesday June 25, 2014.
Police at the scene say a clerk was in the store at the time, but both the employee and the driver were uninjured in the incident. Police were unable to give a damage estimate.
CRAIG GLOVER/The London Free Press/QMI Agency
A car slammed through the front of a pet store in London Wednesday afternoon.

A four-door Lexus crashed into the Pet Value at Wellington and Commissioners roads around 3:30 p.m.

Witnesses say the elderly woman driving the vehicle was parked in front of the store before the crash.

There was only an employee inside the business at the time of the crash, said police.
Nobody was injured.

Firefighters worked to remove the vehicle from the building.

No damage estimate was available.