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3 injured after truck crashes at Walmart entrance: VA cops

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As a result of the accident, three people were injured, the pickup truck was damaged, the photo shows.

Suffolk Police Department

A pickup truck crashed into a Walmart store in Virginia, sending three people to the hospital, officials said.

The store was evacuated after a truck drove through the front of the building on North Main Street in Suffolkit is written in the message of the city police department.

A photo officers shared with McClatchy News shows the truck’s front end damaged after the crash on Wednesday, Nov. 16.

Walmart did not immediately share a statement about the outage with McClatchy News on Nov. 16.

Police and Suffolk County Fire and Rescue were called to the store shortly before 10:30 a.m. Someone reported that “a car hit and drove into the Wal-Mart Supercenter through the pharmacy entrance.”

The Walmart worker, as well as the driver and passenger of the truck, were taken to the hospital. All three suffered injuries that officials say are not life-threatening.

Police did not say in their news release what caused the crash or whether anyone has been charged. The store “remains closed until further notice” and the investigation was ongoing as of Nov. 16, officials said.

Suffolk is about 20 miles southwest of Norfolk.

Simone Jasper is a reporter who covers breaking news for The News & Observer and real-time news in the Carolinas.



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3 injured after truck crashes at Walmart entrance: VA cops

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As a result of the accident, three people were injured, the pickup truck was damaged, the photo shows.

Suffolk Police Department

A pickup truck crashed into a Walmart store in Virginia, sending three people to the hospital, officials said.

The store was evacuated after a truck drove through the front of the building on North Main Street in Suffolkit is written in the message of the city police department.

A photo officers shared with McClatchy News shows the truck’s front end damaged after the crash on Wednesday, Nov. 16.

Walmart did not immediately share a statement about the outage with McClatchy News on Nov. 16.

Police and Suffolk County Fire and Rescue were called to the store shortly before 10:30 a.m. Someone reported that “a car hit and drove into the Wal-Mart Supercenter through the pharmacy entrance.”

The Walmart worker, as well as the driver and passenger of the truck, were taken to the hospital. All three suffered injuries that officials say are not life-threatening.

Police did not say in their news release what caused the crash or whether anyone has been charged. The store “remains closed until further notice” and the investigation was ongoing as of Nov. 16, officials said.

Suffolk is about 20 miles southwest of Norfolk.

Simone Jasper is a reporter who covers breaking news for The News & Observer and real-time news in the Carolinas.



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