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Speeding Driver Crashes into Pennsylvania Signshop

The driver faces multiple charges.

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A driver lost control of his Pontiac G4 and crashed into Gillespie Signs (Bloomsburg, PA), ramming through the large front window of the shop, the Press Enterprise reports.

According to the article, police said Kenneth Church, 20, skidded through the grass before spinning and crashing into the building with the rear passenger side. He allegedly admitted to speeding when he lost control of the car. No one was inside the building at the time of the wreck.

Damages were significant, but they could’ve been worse. The careening car destroyed the shop’s heater and ruined a handful of signs that will have to be remade. The car just missed the main computer station that sits a few feet from the window, and none of the printing machinery was damaged.

The article says police are still investigating but plan to charge Church with multiple citations.

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