- Associated Press - Monday, January 20, 2014

PLAINFIELD, Ind. (AP) - A car crashed into the front of a business in the downtown area of an Indianapolis suburb.

The crash happened Monday morning along the stretch of U.S. 40 through Plainfield.

Assistant fire chief Brent Anderson says the driver was taken to a hospital with cuts and back pain.

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The collision knocked out the front glass of the New Beginnings Consignment shop, which sells secondhand clothing and other items. Anderson says the crash also loosened bricks in facade of the building in the town just west of Indianapolis.

Anderson says investigators didn’t immediately know what caused the crash.

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