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Drunk Driver Crashes into Minot Repair Shop

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P&C Electric Motor Repair in Minot is doing some major clean-up after a drunk driver crashed into the building Friday night.

Minot Police say Justin Chase, 24, was driving at an extremely high rate of speed when he lost control of his vehicle and crashed into the business. The vehicle came to rest completely inside causing extensive damage to the building. Olson's towing was called and was eventually able to remove vehicle from inside. Chase and his passenger Sean Devers, 27, were not injured. Chase was arrested for DUI and Reckless Driving. He was taken to the Minot Police Department where he posted bond and was then released.
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