Vehicle hits Dollar General in Greenfield


A vehicle crashed into the side of the Dollar General store in Greenfield Wednesday afternoon after the female driver’s foot slipped off the brake and hit the gas pedal, according to Branden Jackman, public information officer with the Paint Creek Joint EMS/Fire District. Damage was done to the outside of the wall and to products inside the building, but there were no injuries, Jackman said. The building was structurally sound and remained open, he said. Paint Creek assistant Chief Dave Manning was on the scene with an ambulance that was dispatched, but no one was transported, Jackman said.


Mark Branham for The Times-Gazette

A vehicle crashed into the side of the Dollar General store in Greenfield Wednesday afternoon after the female driver’s foot slipped off the brake and hit the gas pedal, according to Branden Jackman, public information officer with the Paint Creek Joint EMS/Fire District. Damage was done to the outside of the wall and to products inside the building, but there were no injuries, Jackman said. The building was structurally sound and remained open, he said. Paint Creek assistant Chief Dave Manning was on the scene with an ambulance that was dispatched, but no one was transported, Jackman said.

A vehicle crashed into the side of the Dollar General store in Greenfield Wednesday afternoon after the female driver’s foot slipped off the brake and hit the gas pedal, according to Branden Jackman, public information officer with the Paint Creek Joint EMS/Fire District. Damage was done to the outside of the wall and to products inside the building, but there were no injuries, Jackman said. The building was structurally sound and remained open, he said. Paint Creek assistant Chief Dave Manning was on the scene with an ambulance that was dispatched, but no one was transported, Jackman said.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_greenfield-crash-dollar-general.jpgA vehicle crashed into the side of the Dollar General store in Greenfield Wednesday afternoon after the female driver’s foot slipped off the brake and hit the gas pedal, according to Branden Jackman, public information officer with the Paint Creek Joint EMS/Fire District. Damage was done to the outside of the wall and to products inside the building, but there were no injuries, Jackman said. The building was structurally sound and remained open, he said. Paint Creek assistant Chief Dave Manning was on the scene with an ambulance that was dispatched, but no one was transported, Jackman said. Mark Branham for The Times-Gazette
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