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A Visit to the Collision Repair Shop

Jennifer Lapier of Colleyville, Texas, was contacted by police Wednesday night and was told that someone had entered her business, Lone Star Collision Repair. That someone had been driving a GMC Yukon, which had crashed into a sedan and then upside-down into the building, right under the sign.

A grandfather who was driving the sedan that was hit was transported to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries along with his granddaughter, who was in the passenger seat.

"Had somebody been in the backseat, they would not have survived," said Captain Robert Hinton with the Colleyville Police. "There was very little left of the car."

The shop was open on Thursday, and Lapier said no cars inside were damaged, but the storage room has a big hole in the wall. The unnamed driver of the SUV was taken into custody. Police believed that alcohol may have been a factor. -via Arbroath

(Image credit: Jennifer Lapier)

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