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Car crashes into First Presbyterian Church

Friday, February 25, 2011 | 11:32 p.m. CST; updated 1:13 a.m. CST, Saturday, February 26, 2011
A police car stops on the curb as the driver of a silver Chevy Monte Carlo crashes through the front of First Presbyterian Church on Hitt Street Friday. There were about 50 junior and senior high school kids and 10 adults inside the church at the time. No one was injured during the accident, Columbia Police Department spokeswoman Jill Wieneke said.

COLUMBIA – A car crashed through the front doors of First Presbyterian Church on Friday night.

There were no injuries. There were about 30 children and adults in the building at time of the crash.

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One person in is police custody, according to Mike Hester of the Columbia Police Department.

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Yves Montclear February 26, 2011 | 1:11 a.m.

Looking at that picture, the First Presbyterian Church has moved their front doors to being a glass enclosure? I think not.

But that does look like some bad, drunk driving, after a ice\snow storm. They'll have something to talk about at church this week.

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