True Value Accident in Ferdinand

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    True Value employee Kathy Hinkle of Santa Claus carried a piece scrap metal out of the store after the driver of a truck lost control of his vehicle and drove into the store in Ferdinand on Friday. No one was injured. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Members of the Ferdinand Volunteer Fire Department responded to the scene of an accident at True Value in Ferdinand on Friday. The driver of the truck lost control of his vehicle and drove into the store. No one was injured. Rachel Mummey/THe Herald

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    Woody Fischer of St. Anthony prepared to tow the vehicle that drove through the front of True Value in Ferdinand on Friday. The driver of the truck lost control of his vehicle and drove into the store. No one was injured. Rachel Mummey/THe Herald

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    Store Manager Brie Hasenour of Ferdinand carried a daily package to be picked up from UPS through the damaged remains at True Value after the driver of a truck lost control of their vehicle and drove into the store in Ferdinand on Friday. No one was injured. Rachel Mummey/THe Herald

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    Assistant Chief of Ferdinand Police Rob Randle roped off the entry way to True Value after the driver of a truck lost control of their vehicle and drove into the store in Ferdinand on Friday. No one was injured. Rachel Mummey/THe Herald

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    Previous owner Patty Muller of Ferdinand waited for insurance agents to assess the damages at True Value after the driver of a truck lost control of his vehicle and drove into the store Friday. Rachel Mummey/THe Herald

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    Previous owner Keith Muller of Ferdinand swept debris from the entry way of True Value. Rachel Mummey/THe Herald

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    Previous owner Keith Muller of Ferdinand, left, and employees Jon Kelley of Huntingburg, right, and Kathy Hinkle of Santa Claus, back right, cleaned up debris at True Value. Rachel Mummey/THe Herald

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    The gum ball machine and popcorn machine were just two of many damaged items in True Value. Rachel Mummey/THe Herald

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    Previous owner Patty Muller of Ferdinand sifted through damaged merchandise at True Value after the driver of a truck lost control of his vehicle and drove into the store in Ferdinand on Friday. No one was injured. Rachel Mummey/THe Herald