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UPDATE: Woman drives car through Chesterfield movie shop

CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va (WTVR) - The Chesterfield MovieStop is now open for business after a vehicle crashed into the store Saturday, according to MovieStop District Manager, James Coburn.

Just before 2 p.m. , Battalion Chief John Boatright said a car crashed into a Chesterfield MovieStop on Midlothian Turnpike.

Boatright said a woman was was trying park at one of the store's parking spots, and during that time there may have been a mechanical issue with the car, causing it to crash into the store.

Officials told CBS 6 News that no one was hurt in the crash, but the scene did attract people to the area who were wondering what happened.

One man told CBS 6 that he'd never seen anything like it.

"All of a sudden, I see this car inside MovieStop so I came over here and everyone was around, it was really crazy," said Justin Ulshafer.

A little after CBS 6 arrived on the scene, officials were working to get the car out of the building as well as cleaning up the area.


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