2 hospitalized after car crashes into building in Jersey City
JERSEY CITY – Two people have been hospitalized after a car crashed into a photography shop on Martin Luther King Boulevard Thursday afternoon.
The car reportedly was stopped by police officers before it sped off, struck a pedestrian, and then crashed into the Herm Williams Photography Shop.
The owner of the shop was unwilling to comment on the story, as an investigation into the incident continues.
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