A woman driver slams her truck into Apache Junction Dollar Tree store (Apache Junction, AZ)

Police say a woman hit the wrong pedal, causing a truck to smash through the side window of a Dollar Tree store in Apache Junction on Saturday afternoon.

According to Superstition Fire and Medical, a woman in her mid-50s crashed into the store near Apache Trail and Meridian Drive just after 4 p.m. Fire officials said the driver, her teenage daughter in the truck, and a store employee suffered minor injuries and were treated at the scene, but nobody was transported to the hospital. Police say that flying debris hit the employee during the collision. Apache Junction police say the woman said she simply hit the wrong pedal by mistake, causing the accident. Police on scene confirmed that the woman received a citation.

April 19, 2021

Source: azfamily.com

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