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Car crashes into St. Paul liquor store

A man driving in the parking lot of a St. Paul liquor store stepped on the gas instead of the brake, crashing through Parkway Liquor in St. Paul Friday evening. No one was injured and the driver was cited for careless driving.
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A man driving in the parking lot of a St. Paul liquor store stepped on the gas instead of the brake, crashing through Parkway Liquor in St. Paul Friday evening. No one was injured and the driver was cited for careless driving.

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