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Madison commercial establishment damaged in suspected drunk driving crash

A store facade in Madison sustained significant damage after a vehicle operated by an alleged drunk driver struck it, a report from stated on April 13.

Reports confirmed that no one sustained injuries on April 12 after a vehicle rammed the facade of Uplift women’s clothing store along East Johnson Street. Uplift owner, Lindsay Leno, stated that they were decorating the store’s front minutes before the collision took place. Leno added that her husband and a customer who were inside the store were not hurt in the incident.

Madison Police identified and arrested 64-year-old Alicia Wilson on suspicion that she was driving a vehicle while under the influence of intoxicants. Wilson was tentatively charged with a first offense OWI and was then booked at Dane County Jail. Leno was hoping to immediately recover from the incident and resume business within a few days.

At Habush Habush & Rottier ®, we know that many individuals throughout Wisconsin  suffer significant financial losses due to car accidents caused by intoxicated motorists. If you’ve suffered losses because of an intoxicated driver, we want to help. Call us today at 800-242-2874 to find out what we can do to help you fight for the compensation you need.

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