A car slammed into a storefront in Washington, D.C.’s, Georgetown neighborhood Wednesday, injuring the driver, officials said.
The vehicle flipped on the 1600 block of Wisconsin Avenue NW and hit a store, D.C. Fire and EMS said.
The driver was trapped in the wreckage, extricated by a rescue squad and sent to a hospital with critical injuries, officials said.
Photos show a mangled white car without doors on the driver’s side, plus a broken store window. Bricks, lamps and other debris covered the sidewalk.
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A rescue team confirmed there was no structural damage to the store, officials said.
Details on the circumstances of the crash weren’t immediately available.
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