SUFFOLK, Va. (WAVY) - A man who left his car in drive instead of park crashed into a Suffolk gas station late Tuesday night.
Someone crashed into the Miller Mart located at 1516 Holland Road around 11:30 p.m., according to Suffolk dispatchers. The gas station is connected to Arby's in the Food Lion shopping center.
The only damage to the building appeared to be a broken window, which was boarded up early Wednesday morning.
Diana Klink with the City of Suffolk said the driver drove two feet into the store and backed out of it to wait for police to arrive.
There were no injuries and alcohol was not a factor. Klink said the driver was issued a summons for failing to maintain control of his vehicle.
Klink also said the crash did not create structural damage to the station.
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