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Car crashes through wall of Momentum Martial Arts in Saskatoon

Co-owner describes damage from car crashing through Momentum Martial Arts wall
WATCH ABOVE: Momentum Martial Arts co-owner Kris Kembel describes coming back to the Saskatoon gym, where a vehicle had crashed through one of the walls on the Thanksgiving long weekend.

A car crashed through the side of a Saskatoon building on Saturday evening.

The Saskatoon Fire Department was called to the collision shortly after 6 p.m. CT.

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A fire crew arrived to find a small four-door vehicle had crashed through a cinderblock wall of Momentum Martial Arts near the intersection of 33rd Street West and Avenue D North.

No one was in the the building at the time.

The Saskatoon Fire Department responded to a crash between a car and a building on Oct. 7, 2017.
The Saskatoon Fire Department responded to a crash between a car and a building on Oct. 7, 2017. Saskatoon Fire Department / Supplied
A car punctured a hole in the side of a building in Saskatoon on Saturday evening.
A car punctured a hole in the side of a building in Saskatoon on Saturday evening. Jo Horsley / Supplied
The Saskatoon Fire Department responded to a crash between a car and a building on Oct. 7, 2017.
The Saskatoon Fire Department responded to a crash between a car and a building on Oct. 7, 2017. Saskatoon Fire Department / Supplied
A car crashed through the side of a building in Saskatoon on Saturday.
A car crashed through the side of a building in Saskatoon on Saturday, Oct. 7, 2017. Jo Horsley / Supplied

The 65-year-old driver of the vehicle was able to get out of the vehicle. She was not injured.

Firefighters assisted in removing a 97-year-old woman through the rear passenger-side door. She was taken to hospital as a precautionary measure.

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The rescue crew assessed the building for major structural damage.

Saskatoon police believe the cause of the crash may be related to a mechanical malfunction. No charges are expected to be laid.