( Twitter/@StarTribune/@KARE). (Meredith) -Turning the chauffeur’s exam room into a drive-thru is not an excellent start for one Minnesota teenager. She’s requiring a second chance behind the wheel.
Authorities in Buffalo, Minnesota stated the 17-year-old woman was taking her motorist’s test Wednesday afternoon when she unintentionally moved into drive rather of reverse and blasted into the wall of the regional examination structure.
Building damage has actually been reported as “considerable”. The license inspector in the passenger seat of the SUV received medical attention with non-life threatening injuries according to KARE.
The teen motorist, as well as others in the exam room, were not damaged.
Budke stated there will be no charges submitted in connection to the accident.
At roughly 2:00 PM on 03/21/2018 the Buffalo Police Department reacted to report of a motor vehicle crashing into a structure in the 10 block of 1st Ave S. Examination into the occurrence exposed that a 17 year old woman from Monticello, MN, remained in the procedure of taking her roadway test at the motorist’s license examination station located there when she unintentionally put the automobile in drive instead of reverse. This caused the car stumbling forward when she sped up, triggering the automobile to move on and over the curb, striking the building real estate the test station workplace. The impact caused considerable damage to the vehicle and structure. The license inspector, a 60 years of age woman from Buffalo, MN, was transferred by ambulance to the Buffalo Medical facility with non-life threatening injuries. The 17 years of age driver was not hurt and no one in the building was injured. No charges are pending.
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