Car crashes into Broomfield tire store, leaves gaping hole

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Peerless Tire

The hole left in the Peerless Tires 4 Less building on March 15, 2014 when a car crashed into the west side of the building. (Photo: Tim Seibert/Enterprise)

BROOMFIELD, Colo. — A car crashed into the west side of a Broomfield tire store Saturday morning.

According to Broomfield’s Enterprise, a vehicle drove into the side of Peerless Tires 4 Less at 11985 Teller St. in Broomfield early Saturday, leaving a large hole in the building.

Broomfield Sgt. Heidi Walts told Enterprise a report about the crash came in just before 2:45 a.m., after a witness saw the vehicle in the side of the tire store.

When the witness went to see if anyone was hurt in the incident, the driver fled the scene on foot, said Walts.

She added that police may know the identify of the driver, but said she could not release a lot of information to the public while the investigation was still on-going.

The accident resulted in thousands of dollars of damage to Peerless Tires 4 Less, said Walt.

Tim Hart, a regional manager for the tire store, speculated that the car was traveling at high speeds when it crashed into the building.

He added that a clean up crew came in early, allowing the store to open for business Saturday.

1 Comment

  • myautogarage

    My prayers go out to the victims family I don’t know who is going too pay for this but I already have my attorney. If you need to speak with someone who is familiar with the case CALL 866-415-2360

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