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Driver of SUV Crashes Through Window of West Hartford Building

The driver of a 2006 Honda Pilot drove through the window of a building in Bishops Corner Wednesday morning. Courtesy photo

West Hartford Police reported that a Honda Pilot had breached the window of a building in Bishops Corner.

By Ronni Newton

West Hartford Police responded to the report of a car that had crashed into a building Wednesday at 8:35 a.m., and upon arrival at 2477 Albany Ave. in Bishops Corner, found a 2006 Honda Pilot that had breached the front plate glass window of Dry Kleaning by McKleans.

McKleans is located next to the Bishops Corner Starbucks and in the shopping center also occupied by Crown Market.

Police said there were no reported injuries, and did not indicate whether the driver, a 59-year-old West Hartford woman, will face charges.

The West Hartford Police Department Traffic Division is investigating the incident, and the Building Department is inspecting the building for any structural damage that may have occurred.

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