Police: 4-year-old boy crashes SUV into Brownsburg CVS after mom goes inside

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BROWNSBURG, Ind.– Police say a 4-year-old boy crashed an SUV into a CVS store Friday night in Brownsburg.

The Brownsburg Fire Department responded to the scene at 21 West Main Street around 6:45 p.m. The Ford Edge went up and over the curb and then into the building.

Police say a 4-year-old boy was in the back seat of the SUV and climbed into the driver’s seat while the mother went into the store. The vehicle was running and the child put it in drive and struck the building. There was another boy in the front seat who was 8-10 years old.

There was damage inside the front of the store around the cash registers. Employees switched to the registers in the back of the store and were able to remain open.

No injuries were reported and firefighters found the building to still be structurally sound.

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