Out-of-Control Car Ends Up on Repair Shop Lift – UnderhoodService

Out-of-Control Car Ends Up on Repair Shop Lift

A driver lost control of her car when it accelerated and crashed into Oceanic Auto International Repair Center in Annapolis, MD. Emergency crews responding to the accident found the vehicle on a lift inside the repair shop.

A driver lost control of her car when it accelerated and crashed into Oceanic Auto International Repair Center in Annapolis, MD. Emergency crews responding to the accident found the vehicle on a lift inside the repair shop.

Below is the article as it appeared on the WBAL-TV Channel 11 website.

Car Rams Into Annapolis Repair Center

May 10, 2011
By Mike Corbin

ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Emergency crews in Annapolis had to help pull a car from a building after a woman lost control and rammed into it Monday afternoon.

Crews responded to the Oceanic Auto International Repair Center in the 1200 block of West Street around 1:30 p.m. Monday.

The Annapolis Fire Department said responding crews found a car inside the building on a lift.

The driver told police she lost control of her car when the engine revved up and accelerated, taking her across West Street from the Maryland Municipal League’s parking lot and into the repair center.

To read the entire article on the WBAL-TV Channel 11 website, visit http://www.wbaltv.com/r/27836916/detail.html.

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