Woman crashes SUV through wall of Houston bank

Police are working to figure out what caused a woman to lose control of her SUV and crash through the wall of a Bank of America in northeast Harris County Thursday afternoon. Authorities have said that the 40-year old woman driving the SUV did not suffer from any unanticipated medical condition such as a heart attack or blackout that would explain the car accident. The SUV was completely inside the building, breaking desks and computers as it plowed through the bank. Skid marks were also visible inside. Fortunately no injuries were reported to the driver or to customers inside the bank. ¬†Perhaps the driver misunderstood what’s meant by “drive-through banking” (who said lawyers don’t have a sense of humor).

No injuries reported when 40-year old woman drives through front of a Bank of America

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