ELLETTSVILLE — Brett White claimed he was driving east by means of Ellettsville Wednesday evening when he veered off the road to stay away from a collision with a semi truck.
His black Ford Fusion crashed as a result of the entrance of Carrell’s Unfinished Home furnishings shop at 110 E. Temperance St. and came to relaxation within the small business.
No 1 was harm. White’s spouse was in the front passenger seat and their two toddlers, 2 and 3 decades old, were in automobile seats in the back again.
Two gals who were being in the back again of the retailer also ended up unharmed, an Ellettsville firefighter said.
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White said the semi slice in front of him and he promptly turned right to keep away from a collision. His car jumped the control, he reported, and landed within the shop.
The incident snarled late afternoon site visitors by means of Ellettsville on Ind. 46, which is identified as Temperance Street though the city.
The home furniture shop has been in Ellettsville for many years. It is found across from Chandler Funeral household on a a single-way portion of the freeway that has a 30-mph pace limit.
Darlene Garrison acquired a frantic cellphone call from White, who is her grandson, suitable immediately after the crash. “He was pretty shook up, but he stated the toddlers ended up all appropriate,” she mentioned, standing in the funeral household parking whole lot at 6 p.m.
“They’re previously property and protected,” Garrison claimed of the young children. “Grandma was right here on the place.”
An Ellettsville Police Office officer was at the scene investigating the crash.