Third Car Crashes Into New Jersey Store

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SOMERVILLE, N.J., (UPI) —  Emergency responders in New Jersey said a car that crashed through a 7-Eleven was the third car in recent memory to crash into the store.

Steve Weinmann, the Somerville Rescue Squad’s president, said the car plowed through the front window of the convenience store around 2 p.m. Saturday and ended up completely inside the shop, NJ.com reported Tuesday.

Weinmann said no injuries were reported from the incident. He said it was the third time in recent memory that a vehicle has crashed into the store.

“But usually, they just put the nose through the front. This is the first time I’ve seen the whole car go into the store,” Weinmann said.

NJ.com said it was unable to reach police for comment.

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