When, Andrew Locey went into his local 7-eleven store Monday in Lowell, Massachusetts to purchase his usual chocolate and soda, something strange happened. Just as Locey pulled out his money and began to pay for his items, a vehicle crashed through the front window, just shy of hitting him. The driver of the vehicle was an elderly man who was clearly disorientated as he kept the car running, and only muttered that someone had cut him off.
One woman was pinned against the counter, but was uninjured enough to walk herself to a nearby ambulance. Another customer was near the front door at the time of the crash and was taken to the hospital for an evaluation as well. Following the crash, Locey and another clerk remained calm and assisted at the scene to make sure all others were okay. Luckily no others were injured, and the building did not suffer structural damage.
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