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November 27, 2013

Vehicle turns Titusville Advance Auto into a drive-through

TITUSVILLE — A manager at the store confirmed the incident and reported that nobody was hurt. She said the store was closed due to the incident and had already planned on being closed Thanksgiving Day. She said that she expected the store to resume normal hours on Friday.

She said she did not know what caused the driver to drive through the window and into the store. Eyewitnesses at the scene said a silver sport utility vehicle was about two-thirds of the way into the store. Police and fire department units were at the store.

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