Driver hits building, vehicles

  • January 24, 2013
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Joseph Stout / For the Observer-Reporter
Damaged vehicles sit in front of Panera Bread in South Strabane Township after an accident Thursday. Order a Print
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Joseph Stout/For the Observer-Reporter Damage to the outside of the Panera Bread building in South Strabane Township as a result of an accident Thursday.

A Washington woman trying to park in a space in front of the Hallmark store at Trinity Point about 11 a.m. Thursday may have blacked out before her vehicle hit a the corner of the building, a handicapped-parking sign and several parked vehicles, police said.

South Strabane Township police said Linda G. Britko, 72, had no recollection of what happened. One of the three parked vehicles hit by Britko’s car outside the Hallmark store and Panera Bread was pushed into a fourth vehicle. All of the vehicles were unoccupied. Britko was taken to Washington Hospital as a precaution.


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