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A car crashed into an Arlington locksmith building Tuesday morning, sending the driver to the hospital after he was hurt by an airbag deployment.
The crash happened around 10:30 a.m. at 98 Broadway, Arlington police said, a 2015 Audi and a 2010 Toyota crashed head-on causing the Toyota to veer into the doorway of the locksmith shop.
No one inside the building was hurt.
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"We are very fortunate that no pedestrians or people inside the building were harmed," Arlington Police Chief Frederick Ryan said. "This was a serious crash, but thankfully no one was seriously injured."
The crash is under investigation by the Arlington Police Department. A building inspector was on scene to examine damages to the building.