Vehicle collides with Leduc business May 20

Medical distress causes car to crash into building: police

  • May. 24, 2016 6:00 a.m.

Submitted by Leduc RCMP

Leduc, Alberta – On May 20th, 2016 at approximately 5:15 PM Leduc RCMP were called to a single vehicle collision where a vehicle had drove through the front window of the Cell Phone Repair shop on 50th Street in Leduc.

The vehicle was travelling East on 48th Street and went through the intersection at 50th street.  It drove through the front window and came to rest inside of the shop.  Emergency Medical Services and Leduc Fire were called to assist.

The driver, who was the lone occupant of the vehicle was transported to hospital via ambulance with minor injuries.  A customer who was inside of the store at the time of the collision was also taken to hospital via ambulance with minor injuries.  Initial investigation determined that the driver of the vehicle was in medical distress.

 

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