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Car hits restaurant in South Bend auto accident

Nov 11, 2010 | Auto Accident

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A car crashed into a restaurant, but luckily no one was injured in the South Bend auto accident, reports FOX 28.

The South Bend auto accident happened early in the morning. A Chevy Blazer turned right from South Eleventh Street onto Stateline Road and hit a Camaro next to it.

The impact of the crash sent the Camaro careening into a restaurant. The restaurant was closed at the time of the South Bend auto accident, and no one was injured.

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The driver of the Blazer was cited with careless driving. Do you think he should receive a different penalty? Should he have to pay for the damages to the restaurant?

If you have been injured in a South Bend auto accident, the South Bend auto accident attorneys at Stewart & Stewart Attorneys can help you.

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