SUV Crashes into Georgia Store, 3 Hurt

August 11, 2008

Two public safety employees were hurt while attempting to rescue a driver who had crashed her sport utility vehicle into a building in downtown Douglas, Georgia.

The accident happened Aug. 7.

The impact caused a storefront wall to collapse injuring two firefighters and a police officer.

Police said the driver, 29-year-old Yolanda Seabrook, apparently lost control of the SUV and crashed into the front window of a local upholstery store.

The three escaped serious injuries and were treated and released.

The building sustained heavy damage.


Information from: WALB-TV,

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