7 Injured When Car Crashes Into Dollar Tree on Sonoma Boulevard

Honda Goes 70 Feet Inside Store in Vallejo Accident

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Vallejo, CA (November 21, 2019) – Seven people were injured when a car crashed into a Dollar Tree store in Vallejo. The accident occurred on the afternoon of November 21 on Sonoma Boulevard.

A 71-year-old woman from Vallejo was driving a Honda Accord when she crashed into the store, located at 3475 Sonoma Boulevard. The Honda went approximately 70 feet inside the store before it hit a concrete post and stopped. 

The driver was hospitalized with minor to moderate injuries. Six others were injured in the crash. They were cut by glass or hit by the car. They all suffered minor injuries.



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