Driver collides with Alton auto repair shop

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John Badman|The Telegraph Workers at Stutz Assistance, 910 Milton Street in Alton, assess the damage to the automotive store Wednesday morning following an incident late Tuesday night time. A female driver, evidently westbound on Milton Street, left the roadway, entered a lot filled with vehicles at Stutz Service and crashed through double garage doors at about 10 p.m. Tuesday, destroying a concrete block centre post. The woman was reportedly not injured severely. The auto miraculously missed additional than a dozen autos in the parking lot, as very well as the business’ towtruck and a automobile on a lift within the garage. The small business was closed at the time.

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ALTON — A Tuesday night driver prompted extensive destruction to Stutz Services at 910 Milton Highway in Alton.

At about 10 p.m. Tuesday, a woman driver apparently westbound on Milton Highway left the roadway, drove on to a whole lot crammed with cars and trucks and crashed by double garage doorways of the automotive shop, destroying a concrete block centre publish.

The business was closed at the time.

The driver, whose title has not been introduced, reportedly was not wounded critically in the incident. Alton Law enforcement and firefighters responded to the scene to locate the driver by now out of the vehicle and going for walks about.

The motor vehicle skipped a dozen or extra other motor vehicles in the parking good deal, as perfectly as the business’ towtruck and a car on a lift inside of the garage.



 , assess the destruction to their automotive store Wednesday