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SUV crashes into fuel pumps at Dayton gas station

UPDATE @ 11 a.m.:

No injuries were reported after an SUV crashed into a fuel pump at a Dayton gas station Thursday morning. 

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Fire crews responded to the Marathon gas station at 1845 North Main Street around 9:30 a.m. on reports of a crash and fire at the station. 

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The driver told police mechanical issues might have been to blame and caused the SUV to roll away from a parking spot and hit the pump, Dayton police Sgt. Creigee Coleman said. 

A small fire broke out but was quickly extinguished, Coleman said. 

The station is currently closed while investigators inspect the other pumps to see if they can be safely used. It is not known when the station might reopen.

The driver of the SUV will not be cited for the incident. 

FIRST REPORT

A vehicle has reportedly crashed into gas pumps at a Dayton gas station on North Main Street, according to initial reports. 

Multiple fire crews responded to the Marathon station at 1845 North Main Street in Dayton around 9:30 a.m. on reports of a crash and fire at the station. 

Initial reports indicate the crash caused a fire at the pumps, but was extinguished before firefighters arrived. 

There have been no immediate reports of injuries. 

We have a crew on the way and we’ll update this page as we learn more. 

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