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Accident Sends Car Through Business Window

2nd accident of the day at Camp Plenty Rd and Soledad injures businessman.

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An inside look at the damage from the accident.

If today’s date wasn’t superstitious before, it is now for the employees at Int’l Tax & Accounting Network, located at the corner of Soledad Canyon Rd. and Camp Plenty. A car accident at the intersection sent one vehicle up the curb and through a window of the business, sending glass flying and employees running for cover.

 

“All of a sudden we stood up from our desks so we could go get some papers, and we heard a crash,” said Int’l President R.J. Kelly. “Next thing we know its coming through the window and I’ve got tires sitting in the office.”

 

The vehicle busted through a window that bordered a desk. As Kelly and the other employees were sent scrambling, some received minor glass cuts.

 

Witnesses told KHTS that of the two cars involved, one was making a left from eastbound Soledad onto Camp Plenty. The other was reportedly traveling westbound on Soledad.  

 

Just hours earlier, a separate car had crashed approximately twenty feet west of Int’l, smashing into a marquee sign.

 

“It’s an unfamiliar sight, so maybe it has something to do with Friday the 13th… who knows?” Kelly concluded.  

 

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Tow trucks remove the damaged vehicles.

 

 

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Outside view of the window that was hit.

 

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The incident had traffic on Soledad backed up.

 

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R.J Kelly had minor glass cuts after the accident.

 

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The first accident, around 9:00 a.m.

 

 

 

 

 

Accident Sends Car Through Business Window

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