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7/11/2014 8:01:00 AM
No charges to be filed in Snap Fitness crash
Prescott Valley Tribune

Prescott Valley police said on Thursday there would be no charges filed against the driver who crashed through the PV Snap Fitness building early Wednesday morning.

According to PV Police Department Commander Art Askew, investigators concluded their investigation and determined that a faulty gas pedal was most likely the cause of the crash.

The building sustained heavy damage to the front and rear in the incident, which occurred at about 2:30 a.m. when the driver pulled up to the facility to work out, and subsequently drove through the front entrance and exited through the rear wall. The driver, who police said suffered from shock following the incident, drove the vehicle home before reporting the crash to police. Exercise equipment also was damaged in the crash, according to PV Snap Fitness owner Keith Conrad. A fence across the rear parking lot was also damaged.

No one was inside the gym at the time of the crash and the driver reportedly suffered no physical injuries, police said.

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Posted: Wednesday, July 16, 2014
Article comment by: Rational Human Being

Why question her integrity at this point? Not everyone carries a cell phone 24/7. There is nobody around there at 2:30 am. Did anyone read an eyewitness statement. I didn't so I assume none was present. Give her a break people. She took responsibility for her actions and maybe, just maybe ? I am guessing she went home to use the phone .....

Posted: Wednesday, July 16, 2014
Article comment by: justa gal in PV

Just to play devils advocate.....
Who is she related to? I am pretty sure I would have gotten a ticket at the least for leaving the scene of an accident. I caused, if not for failure to control my car
I just dont get it...
Drive safe out there...

Posted: Tuesday, July 15, 2014
Article comment by: peter mitchell

I still say she left the scene of an accident. You say in shock, the firestation is right there and so is life line . And how about the three foot drop off of the side walk thats in the back with the metal fence she also drove threw. How did her car still work, lucky she didnt blow up.

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