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Car crashes into Kitchener Tim Hortons - again

A driver has crashed a vehicle into a Kitchener Tim Hortons for the second time in three days.

A driver has crashed a vehicle into a Kitchener Tim Hortons for the second time in three days.

The collision took place around 9:00 a.m. Friday at the store's location on 1426 Weber St. E., say Waterloo Regional Police.

Police say the elderly female driver of the car accidentally accelerated while trying to park. An elderly male passenger in the car was taken to hospital with back pain and injuries to his forehead.  

Damage to the Tim Hortons is estimated at $40,000. Police say no charges are pending.   

The crash comes two days after a 60-year-old driver ran his car into a Tim Hortons outlet in the Fischer Hallman Road and University Avenue area, causing $100,000 worth of damage.

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