Pedestrian injured after vehicle crashes into Edmonton grocery store: police
Two people were taken to hospital after a vehicle drove into a grocery in north Edmonton on Sunday afternoon.
Police said they were called to the No Frills supermarket on 154 Avenue and 97 Street at around 1:45 p.m. after a white SUV drove through the front entrance of the store and hit a male pedestrian.
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The pedestrian was taken to hospital with minor injuries and the driver was taken to hospital as a precaution.
Police said the cause is under investigation and no charges have been laid at this point.
The store remained open as emergency crews responded.
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