Vincennes police officers respond to a motor vehicle collision (MVC) after a minivan driver strikes Bureau of Motor Vehicles office. The southwestern Indiana minivan crash injured two people inside the Bureau office on Friday morning.
Indiana automobile accident attorneys alert minivan driver rams southwestern Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles office.
Vincennes, IN–An 87 year-old minivan driver lost control of his vehicle around 10 a.m. Friday morning and slammed into a Indiana state Bureau of Motor Vehicles in southwestern Indiana. According to the Chicago Tribune, two patrons inside the state’s motor vehicle office were injured and transported by emergency Knox County emergency medical services personnel to a local hospital for treatment of their injuries.
Vincennes police officers state the driver of the van claimed she accidently stepped on the gas pedal instead of the brake pedal, jumping the curb, and crashing into the building. The two injured victims were a branch worker and a customer. The Indiana Bureaus of Motor Vehicles office was closed after the crash and will remain closed for business until an official inspection next week.
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