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Car crashed into Langley City storefront

A woman drove into a building on Industrial Avenue in Langley City on Thursday morning. NO one was injured. - Photo courtesy of Langley City Fire Department
A woman drove into a building on Industrial Avenue in Langley City on Thursday morning. NO one was injured.
— image credit: Photo courtesy of Langley City Fire Department

It isn't known what caused a woman to drive her vehicle crashing into a business at 20270 Industrial Avenue on Thursday morning.

"We are looking to whether there was a medical incident or not but she was able to walk to the ambulance herself to be assessed," said Langley City deputy fire chief Pete Methot.

The crash took place at 11 a.m. at an office beside a nail store in a side mall on Industrial. Several people working in the building hit were kept inside for about 30 minutes while the grey sedan was pulled from the building.

An engineer assessed the building to see if it is structurally sound.

No one was injured.

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