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A 22-year-old Florida woman was charged with a DUI after slamming her car into the front of a shopping center on Sunday morning, according to the Clearwater Police Department.
According to authorities, just before 7 a.m., officers were dispatched to a shopping center for reports of a crash.
When they arrived, officials found that Danya Trejo was driving a 2010 Hyundai Sonata when the car veered out of control, crossed the median, crossed the eastbound lanes and jumped the curb into the shopping center.
Police said the car went through the front door and front glass area of a dental office and stopped once it crashed inside Skyline Chili next door.
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Clearwater Police share photos from a DUI crash into a shopping center early Sunday morning. (Clearwater Police Department)
Authorities added that no one was in either business and there were no injuries reported.
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Police in Clearwater say no injuries were reported after a car plowed through a shopping center early Sunday morning. (Clearwater Police Department)
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Two Florida businesses were plowed through early Sunday morning due to a driver under the influence behind the wheel, police said. (Clearwater Police Department)
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Clearwater Police shared photos of an early morning crash involving a driver under the influence. (Clearwater Police Department)
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Clearwater Police responded to the scene of a DUI crash early Sunday morning after the driver lost control and plowed through two businesses. (Clearwater Police Department)
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Trejo was charged with driving under the influence, according to police.