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Car Lands in Middle of Jewelry Store

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Jewelry cases were “tossed around like dominoes.”

A car crashed into a jewelry store in Jacksonville Beach, FL.

No one was injured in the incident at Espling Jewelers, which is located in a strip mall, WJXT-TV reports.

Ben Espling, owner of the store, says he believes damages amount to about $20,000. The store is once again open for business.

According to the news outlet, there was damage to the front door and window, to a wall and to the ceiling. Jewelry cases “were tossed around like dominoes.”

It’s not yet known what caused the 82-year-old driver to slam into the store.


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