Car Hits Into Apartment in Greenburgh
An elderly couple suffered from minor injuries after they hit their car into the front of an apartment building. This happened in Westchester County last Thursday.
Their Honda Accord hit the front of Building B at the Scarsdale Ridge Apartments at 344 Central Park Avenue. This happened in Greenburgh at around 2 in the afternoon.
The car drove halfway into the building and made a hole in the brick wall.
The two people in the car were transported to Westchester County Medical Center.
It appears that no one else was injured in the accident.
The 12 apartments located in the building were evacuated, and the utilities also had to be shut off.
Engineers are looking at the structural damage of the building.
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