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No one hurt when car hits Columbia building

Car hits Columbia building
Courtesy Columbia Fire Department
Columbia firefighters inspect the scene after a car hit a building on Country Club Drive in Columbia on Tuesday, Dec. 3. 2019.
Country Club Drive
Courtesy Columbia Fire Department
Columbia firefighters inspect the scene after a car hit a building on Country Club Drive in Columbia on Tuesday, Dec. 3. 2019.

COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMIZ)

No one was injured Tuesday morning when a car ran into a building in east Columbia, firefighters say.

Emergency dispatching records show the call came in at about 10:15 a.m. The Columbia Fire Department released photos on Twitter showing significant damage to the corner of the building in the 2200 block of Country Club Drive.

Firefighters were called to inspect the building, according to the tweet. The result of the inspection was not immediately available.

City building inspectors ordered barricades to prevent access and that posts be placed against the wall to prevent collapse, according to Columbia Fire Department Assistant Chief Brad Fraizer.

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Matthew Sanders

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