From the passenger side, the only damage appears to be a mirror dangling from this C6 Corvette.
Unfortunately, the driver’s side of the red 2006 Corvette wasn’t so lucky and appears to have suffered extensive damage after the driver crashed into a building in Lower Burrell, Pennsylvania just after 7 p.m. Wednesday.
The Corvette driver, William Warden, 50, of Lower Burrell had apparently been refused service at the Wildlife Lodge Lanes.
Warden then hit two vehicles in the parking lot as he turned onto Leechburg Road at high speed, according to Lower Burrell Police Sgt. Zach Beam.
Several calls were made to Westmoreland 911 Dispatch about an erratic driver on Leechburgh Road just before the Corvette crashed into an old abandoned garage at the intersection of Garver’s Ferry Road and Edgecliff Road.
According to AKVnews.com, Warden and his passenger, Thomas England, 45 of Lower Burrell were thrown from the car and were lying in the grass when rescue crews from Lower Burrell arrived on the scene.
Warden was arrested and carried to Allegheny Valley Hospital, while England was transported for unknown injuries but does not face charges.
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