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Canada Van crashes through No Frills storefront in Toronto

15:40  28 february  2020
15:40  28 february  2020 Source:   globalnews.ca

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But a work van crashed through the front of Capitol Floor Covering on Broad Street in Hamilton on Sunday morning, according to a post on The driver of the van lost control and hit the Capital Flooring storefront . A witness said the driver fled on foot. The driver was described as a black male around 30

a car parked on the side of a building: A van crashes into a No Frills grocery store on Keele Street in Toronto. (Feb. 28, 2020) © Enzo Arimini / Global News A van crashes into a No Frills grocery store on Keele Street in Toronto. (Feb. 28, 2020)

Toronto police say a van has driven through the storefront of a No Frills grocery store in North York on Friday morning.

Emergency crews were called to Keele Street and St. Regis Crescent, just north of Sheppard Avenue, at around 6:10 a.m.

A van could be seen half inside the grocery store and half outside the store along a walkway in front of the No Frill's parking lot.

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Police said the crash has caused structural damage to the building. The driver remained on scene police said, adding that no one else was in the vehicle.

No one was in the grocery store at the time of the crash, police said.

Police said they do not believe the driver was impaired.

Toronto paramedics told Global News they were also called to the scene but that the patient refused medical attention.

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