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Woman Crashes into Convenience Store in Boulder

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Other than likely being embarrassed, everyone is just fine. The store, however,  is going to need repairs. A 24-year-old woman drove her car into the side of a convenience store on University Hill in Boulder yesterday. She told authorities she was trying to park her car in the parking lot.  The store is located near the corner of Broadway and Pleasant Street. Police don’t suspect drugs or alcohol were a factor in the crash. They believe she may have stepped on the gas instead of the brake.  9 News has pictures of the incident.

 

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