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PHOTOS: Driver Crashes Into Spokane Valley Strip Mall

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On Thursday afternoon emergency crews responded to a vehicle that crashed into the Spokane Valley strip mall on E. Indiana. On Thursday afternoon emergency crews responded to a vehicle that crashed into the Spokane Valley strip mall on E. Indiana.
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KHQ.COM - On Thursday afternoon emergency crews responded to an elderly driver that crashed his vehicle into the Spokane Valley strip mall on E. Indiana.

The car first went through the window of the Tuxedo Gallery and ended up inside Sole Solutions.

The driver and his wife were not hurt, they were taken home after the crash. It's not clear yet what cause the man to lose control of the car.

 

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