Car Crashes into Pawnshop on Rock Boulevard [Sparks, NV]

Car Crashes into Pawnshop on Rock Boulevard [Sparks, NV]
Car Crashes into Pawnshop on Rock Boulevard [Sparks, NV]

Driver Fled After Car Crashing into Building on Glendale Avenue and Rock Boulevard

Sparks, NV (December 28, 2020) On Sunday, a car crashes into a pawn shop on the corner of Glendale Avenue and Rock Boulevard.

According to witness reports, a car passing through Sparks via Rock Boulevard crashed into the pawnshop.

Moreover, witnesses say that the suspect driver escaped on foot.

Sparks Police responding to the crash put up several blocks on multiple streets in search of the motorist.

At the moment, no additional information has been released.

Meanwhile, factors behind incidents involving a car crash into property vary.

Errors such as drivers stepping on the accelerator or the gas rather than the break.

In most cases, it can be driving under influence, medical emergencies, or other distractions during driving.

This is why we urge everyone to drive unimpaired or use a rideshare app if you are.

Moreover, a simple driving mistake might lead to disastrous results.

Practice defensive driving wherever you go to minimize damage and injuries.

This way, you can ensure your own safety and the safety of surrounding property, motorists, and pedestrians.


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