SUV crashes into the H&R Block office on Route 37 in Toms River
He wasn't looking to get his taxes done but a Manchester man who crashed into the H&R Block office on Route 37 in Toms River Monday may have to use some of his refund money he may have received to pay for the damages.
Toms River Police were dispatched around 2:00 pm Monday for the report of a car into a building storefront.
Donald Caruso, 77, of Manchester, allegedly accelerated instead of hitting the break while attempting to park his vehicle.
Police say no one was injured in the incident but there were two windows broken and a piece of the framework to the building damaged.
The Toms River Building Department responded to the scene and deemed the building safe and the car was removed.
Caruso was issued a summons for careless driving.
The accident is being investigated by Toms River Police Officer Brian Appleby.
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