A man is facing multiple charges after an alleged incident of texting and driving caused a vehicle to crash into the front of a Halifax-area bank on Friday.
Halifax Regional Police (HRP) say at 5:42 p.m. officers responded to reports of a vehicle being driven into the BMO on Mumford Road.
When police arrived they found a vehicle partially inside the front lobby of the business.
There were no injuries reported but there was significant damage to the business and the vehicle.
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The car had to be towed from the scene.
Police say they have determined that the vehicle was not intentionally driven into the business.
A 25-year-old man from Halifax is now facing multiple charges under Nova Scotia’s Motor Vehicle Act in connection with the incident including, driving while his driver’s license was revoked and using a communications device to text-message while operating a vehicle.