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Car Crashes Into Trexlertown Wal-Mart

A vehicle crashed into the front of Wal-Mart in Trexlertown on Saturday

An elderly woman was taken away by ambulance after her car crashed into the front doors of in Trexlertown around 1 p.m. Saturday, according to a witness at the store.

There are no reports of injuries to any shoppers or store employees.

The woman was unresponsive after the crash, according to John MacDonald, manager of the Auntie Anne's preztel stand inside the Walmart Super Center. MacDonald told Patch that he went outside immediately after the accident and observed that the woman would not open the car door or window.

Emergency crews arrived on the scene within minutes, and they eventually got the door open, MacDonald said. He said there was no visible damage to the car and the entryway to the store was repaired and open within about half an hour.

The Wal-Mart Super Center is located on Millcreek Road off Hamilton Boulevard in Lower Macungie Township.

WFMZ says initial reports indicate the driver of the vehicle may have suffered a seizure.

MickeyMouse May 12, 2012 at 06:45 PM
I love the picture with the " Vision Center " sign. I am always amazed how so many people drive like idiots completely oblivious to their surroundings.
Sue May 12, 2012 at 09:09 PM
Excuse me, but this woman had a seizure. Read the article. This was not some "idiot" as you stated. PLEASE be sure of your facts before posting ignorant comments. My daughter and I were at Walmart when this happened. It was sad.
Rich May 12, 2012 at 10:36 PM
And there is no picture with the "vision center" sign
careless fills May 13, 2012 at 03:17 AM
Hope all are OK here. I had an accident once when I was waiting to turn left accross traffic, a little old lady clipped my right rear corner. In spite of the loud and jarring collision, there was only $40 damage to my tail light and seemingly no damage to her car. Initially she seemed stunned and unable to respond, and then she seemed to be agitated and struggling or confused about how to get out. In reality, what happened was that her car's frame was bent enough to cause two thousand in damage to her otherwise apparently undamaged car, and the rest of the story was that the doors were misaligned and stuck. Even the beefy cop who showed up couldn't get her out until he tried the passenger side door and she easily slid over.... The moral of the story - things aren't always what they appear to be. Hope everyone is OK here......

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