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Medical issue causes driver to crash into Fargo business

The driver sustained minor injuries after smashing into another vehicle, then into the Hallmark storefront.

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A driver suffering a medical episode smashed into a Hallmark store in Fargo Sunday, Jan. 22.
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FARGO — A medical episode is to blame for a crash over the weekend in which a car smashed through the front of a Fargo business, according to police.

The crash happened Sunday night, Jan. 22 at Amy's Hallmark Shop at 3051 25th St. S.

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A driver suffered minor injuries after a medical condition caused them to smash into the storefront of the Hallmark on 25th Street S. in Fargo Sunday, Jan. 23.
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According to police, the driver suffered minor injuries after their sedan crashed into the glass of the store. They also hit a second car, which hit a support pillar.

Broken glass, bricks and products were scattered across the sidewalk and carpet inside the store.

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