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On Friday, October 10 officers from the Milford Police Department’s Patrol Division responded to Rite Aid on Northeast Front Street in Milford to a report of a vehicle striking the building.  Police state that investigation revealed that a 1994 Toyota Camry operated by Margalie Charles, 45 of Milford​, was eastbound on Northeast Front Street.  Ms. Charles vehicle left the roadway for an unknown reason and struck the building.  Ms. Charles, an employee of Rite Aid, and two customers were transported to be treated for minor injuries.  One of the injured was transported to Bayhealth in Dover, two were transported to Bayhealth in Milford, and one was transported to Beebe.  Ms. Charles was charged with Careless Driving.

 

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