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Vehicle crashes into store in North York
Police and firefighters are cleaning up at a strip mall in North York after a vehicle slammed into a storefront
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Firefighters have concerns about the structural integrity of an building in the north end after a car crashed through the storefront.

Calls for help came in around 8:40am Wednesday.

The store is called Radioworld and is located along Steeles Avenue West, near Norfinch Drive in North York.  

It is in a strip mall that is set well back from the road.

So far, there are no reports of injuries.

Authorities say after the car slammed into Radioworld the driver put it in reverse and is now out.

This is a developing story - check back for updates...

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Toronto Police Cruiser (file photo)
Photo: James Moore/NEWSTALK 1010

Firefighters have concerns about the structural integrity of an building in the north end after a car crashed through the storefront.

Calls for help came in around 8:40am Wednesday.

The store is called Radioworld and is located along Steeles Avenue West, near Norfinch Drive in North York.  

It is in a strip mall that is set well back from the road.

So far, there are no reports of injuries.

Authorities say after the car slammed into Radioworld the driver put it in reverse and is now out.

This is a developing story - check back for updates...

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