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10 April 2017 By James M. Johnson 0 comments

SACRAMENTO: Car Crashes into Building along Warner Street

SACRAMENTO: Car Crashes into Building along Warner StreetSACRAMENTO, California — At least two parties were injured after a car drove through an apartment complex along Warner Street Saturday afternoon, as per an article by Sacramento CBS.

Officials said a family was trapped inside the building after the crash. When paramedics arrived shortly after the accident, they rescued two people and transported them to UC Davis Medical Center in unknown condition. The identities of the patients were undisclosed at this time.

As per the article, the suspect driver was a female and it remains unknown whether drugs or alcohol played a factor in the crash. Investigation is ongoing.

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