- The Washington Times - Tuesday, May 6, 2003

FLORIDACar crashes into post office lobbyCORAL SPRINGS — A car crashed through a post office wall and hurtled into the lobby yesterday, injuring 10 persons, including a 2-year-old boy, police said.Leonard Borok, 82, had pulled into a handicapped parking space before the car accelerated, plowed across the sidewalk and a row of bushes, and crashed through the front window, Sgt. Dwane Yeazel said.Mr. Borok told reporters that he was unsure how the accident happened. Mr. Borok and his wife, who was in the car, were not injured.Seven of the injured, including a mother and her 2-year-old son, were taken to a hospital, Sgt. Yeazel said.Rescue workers said none of the victims appeared to have life-threatening injuries.LOUISIANAActor sings at jazz festivalNEW ORLEANS — The New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival got an unexpected bit of help from actor John Goodman.Clarinetist Pete Fountain was playing in one of the jazz tents Sunday afternoon when he pointed out to the crowd that Mr. Goodman was in the audience, and he asked Mr. Goodman to join him on the stage.Mr. Goodman, wearing a yellow polo shirt and khaki shorts, said, “Pardon me for loitering in front of an orchestra.”Then he began singing “When the Saints Go Marching In,” a staple in Mr. Fountain’s repertoire.Mr. Goodman is a member of Mr. Fountain’s Half-Fast Walking Club, which goes down St. Charles Avenue every year for Mardi Gras.


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