Car crashes through Penticton Sandman wall

It doesn’t appear any serious injuries were suffered in the incident

Emergency crews responded to the Sandman hotel in Penticton at around noon Friday, when a car crashed into the building.

Officials say there were no serious injuries from the crash, which left the blue car partway in a hallway at the hotel, near the Bar One Urban Lounge’s front door.

Two occupants of the car were seen by ambulance.

It’s unclear how much damage the car suffered, but the wall of the building appears to have suffered significant damage.

It’s unclear how the crash occurred.


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