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Store Reopens After Crash

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LAS VEGAS -- The grocery store where 26 people were injured after a driver crashed into it is back open for business.

The Food 4 Less at Eastern Avenue and Sahara Avenue opened its doors to customers at approximately 10 a.m. Sunday.

Metro Police say the driver, an elderly female, lost control of her vehicle in the parking lot of the store. The vehicle, which was carrying a camper, crashed into the front of the store. It finally came to a rest near the frozen food aisles in the rear of the supermarket.

Police say nine of the people injured were taken to the hospital. Another 17 were treated at the store. Two of the injured were children. None of the injuries appear to be life-threatening.

Officers do not yet know what caused the woman to lose control of her vehicle. 

 

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