Vehicle crashes into Sidney hair salon reception area

No one injured in morning incident a downtown hair salon.

Emergency crews responded this morning (Tues

No one was injured this morning (Tues., April 26) after an elderly driver crashed into the reception area of a hair salon in downtown Sidney.

At around 10 a.m., a female driver accelerated her vehicle and crashed through Focus 5000 Hair Designers’ front window in the Fairway Marking parking lot south of Beacon Avenue.

Stylist Mark Hoole, who works at Focus 5000, told the PNR he saw the aftermath, including a destroyed front window and a receptionist’s desk that had been moved as a result of the crash.

No one was injured, including the driver.

The woman, sad Hoole, was supposed to be his first client of the day.

 

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