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OKC firefighters respond after SUV crashes into building


Authorities took a woman to hospital after she crashed an SUV into a medical building in Oklahoma City. Around 7:50 a.m. Thursday, a woman crashed a Kia Sorento in the front of an access medical center near Mustang Road and Reno Avenue. The Oklahoma City Fire Department said the woman was traveling north on Mustang Road when she experienced a medical episode and went off the road. The SUV hit a traffic sign, jumped some curbs and crashed into the building. Crews pulled the woman and a child from the vehicle. The woman was treated at the scene and taken to hospital for further treatment, officials said. The child was confined to her car seat and fire officials said she did not appear to have sustained serious injuries. First responders assessed the child at the scene and left with a family member. The Access Medical Center was not open when the accident happened. Two employees were inside but were not injured, officials said. The vehicle had a small fire in the engine compartment, officials said.

Authorities took a woman to hospital after she crashed an SUV into a medical building in Oklahoma City.

Around 7:50 a.m. Thursday, a woman crashed into a Kia Sorento outside an Access Medical Center near Mustang Road and Reno Avenue. The Oklahoma City Fire Department said the woman was traveling north on Mustang Road when she experienced a medical episode and went off the road.

The SUV hit a road sign, jumped some curbs and crashed into the building.

Crews removed the woman and a child from the vehicle. The woman was treated at the scene and taken to hospital for further treatment, officials said.

The child was confined to her car seat and firefighters said she did not appear to have suffered serious injuries. First responders assessed the child at the scene and left with a family member.

Access Medical Center was not open when the accident happened. Two employees were inside but were not injured, officials said.

The vehicle had a small fire in the engine compartment, officials said.

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