The 60-year-old driver of this red C4 Corvette coupe is in serious condition after his car was sent reeling into a bank in Detroit, Michigan on Monday night.
The crash occurred when a young woman struck the Corvette with her car, sending the Chevy into the front of the Comerica Bank at 14901 Grand River Avenue and knocking down a metal fence, several windows, and a security door system inside the facility.
Police can be seen in a video on Local 4 News giving a sobriety test to the woman as part of a drunk driving investigation.
Bank officials were alerted and were sending a crew, but Detroit police were expected to be standing guard until the mess was cleaned up, according to Local 4 News reporter Tim Pamplin.
The Corvette apparently suffered damage to the front end, based on the video from the scene.
According to the Comerica Bank website, the branch is temporarily closed for repairs.
You can see the news report of the accident at www.clickondetroit.com
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