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Miracle: No One Hurt In Ramsey Shopping Center Crash

No one was hurt. Photo Credit: Boyd A. Loving
An Upper Saddle River EMS unit evaluated the driver, who walked with a cane and refused medical attention. Photo Credit: Boyd A. Loving
Officer helps driver with packages. Photo Credit: Boyd A. Loving

RAMSEY, N.J. -- No injuries were reported after a sedan with out-of-state plates slammed into a support column, mounted a curb and took down a sign at a busy Ramsey shopping center late Tuesday afternoon.

Another vehicle struck a parked tow truck moments later at the Interstate Shopping Center off Franklin Turnpike.

The first car, which had Ohio license plates, struck the support column in front of the 5 Below store. It then hit another vehicle, mounted the curb and took down the sign post before coming to a stop.

An Upper Saddle River EMS unit evaluated the driver, who walked with a cane and refused medical attention. Her car was removed by flatbed town truck.

Boyd A. Loving contributed to this account.

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