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Car crashes into building, people rescued from second floor window

Officials say a two car accident sent one vehicle into the building at around 6:15 in the 2000 block of Harrison Avenue (Photo: FOX19 NOW/Chris Waldmann) Officials say a two car accident sent one vehicle into the building at around 6:15 in the 2000 block of Harrison Avenue (Photo: FOX19 NOW/Chris Waldmann)
SOUTH FAIRMOUNT, OH (FOX19) -

Firefighters rescued people from the second floor of a building after a car crashed into it in South Fairmount Thursday evening.

Officials say a two car accident sent one vehicle into the building at around 6:15 in the 2000 block of Harrison Avenue.

Authorities took at least one person to the hospital.

Further information about the accident or the extent of the injuries has been released.

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