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Two separate incidents of cars going into buildings reported in Kamloops

September 06, 2016 - 5:04 PM

KAMLOOPS - Police have released new details about two separate cars going into different buildings in Kamloops today.

The first incident happened at the Marks Work Warehouse in Aberdeen around 9:40 this morning, Sept. 6.

Crews arrived to the Hillside Drive location where the driver had accidentally driven a vehicle through the front doors of the Marks Work Warehouse.

"Damage was extensive to both the front of the building and the motor vehicle," Kamloops RCMP Sgt. Karen Delorey said in a release.

No injuries were reported and alcohol was not a factor. This happened just a few hours before an SUV plowed into the TNRD Library on the North Shore.

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