Local thrift shop damaged by SUV, store closes

Photo courtesy/Kenai Performers

Several walls at Kenai Performers’ Curtain Call Consignment store came down Shortly after noon on Sunday when a Chevrolet SUV drove through the building, according to authorities.

 

Kenai Police received multiple 911 calls reporting a vehicle had driven into the store.

Kenai Police Sergeant Scott McBride said, police found a green 2000 Chevrolet Blazer, driven by a 26 year-old man, had driven into the building, and passed through two interior walls, totalling the vehicle and causing extensive damages to the store.

The driver, and sole occupant of the vehicle, was transported to Central Peninsula Hospital with minor injuries.

No charges were issued, investigation by police is pending.

According to a post on Curtain Call’s Facebook page Sunday evening, the store will be closed indefinitely.

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