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BEL AIR, MD — A automobile crashed into the Harford County authorities business office making Friday afternoon, according to police.

At 12:40 p.m., two cars crashed, and a single continued on into Harford County’s administrative place of work constructing at 220 South Main Street, officials described.

A black vehicle headed north on Key Road appeared to have run a purple mild and was strike by an oncoming SUV from Churchville Street, reported Patti Parker, spokesperson for the city of Bel Air. The crash induced the black car or truck to veer into the setting up, Parker instructed Patch, noting the incident was underneath investigation.

Nobody was injured, according to law enforcement, who reported there was slight structural injury to the building. A hearth hydrant also appeared to have been run in excess of.

Authorities encouraged drivers to be mindful in town, significantly through peak situations.

“Bear in mind to use warning though driving in the downtown Bel Air area,” the Bel Air Police Division advised, “particularly in the course of the lunchtime hour as traffic frequently will get congested.”

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