A student driver smashed a car through the window of a Department of Motor Vehicles office in Connecticut Tuesday while taking her driver’s test, according to multiple reports.
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The crash happened just before 11 a.m. as a 46-year-old Waterbury woman was taking her driver's test, the Republican-American reported, citing state police. The woman accidentally pressed her foot down on the accelerator instead of the brake as she was backing a car marked "student driver" into a parking spot outside the DMV, according to WVIT.
Photos posted to social media showed glass strewn across the tiles of the Waterbury DMV.
Police told the Republican-American two people who were inside the DMV at the time of the crash suffered minor injuries. One was taken to a hospital for treatment, according to the newspaper. The woman taking the test was not injured.
The driver was cited for unsafe backing, the Republican-American reported.
Officials with the DMV told WVIT that services were not disrupted by the crash.