Stickney woman drives into building, injuring two

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STICKNEY -- Two people sustained minor injuries Tuesday morning when a vehicle was driven into a chiropractic clinic in Stickney.

At 10:18 a.m., a Stickney woman was parking in the business' parking lot when she was believed to have been affected by a medical issue, causing her 2017 Ford Escape to run into the building at 301 Main St., according to the Aurora County Sheriff's Office.

An employee and patient standing inside the building were transported to the hospital by ambulance for their injuries and have since been released. Authorities told The Daily Republic on Wednesday that the driver was in her 80s, and she was the only person in the vehicle when the crash occurred. She was uninjured.

No charges have been filed against the driver.

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