Driver that crashed through appliance store showroom under investigation for DUI

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Courtesy: Quarryville FC

LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa. – Pennsylvania State Police are investigating whether the driver who drove his Jeep Cherokee through an appliance store show room Tuesday afternoon was DUI.

It happen at about 2:15 p.m. at Martin’s Appliance, 2318 Beaver Valley Pike in Providence Township. Police say a 53 year old Quarryville man westbound on Pine Boulevard failed to stop at a clearly posted stop sign, continued to travel directly across both lanes of Route 222. The Cherokee rolled through a flower bed, stuck several large boulders, crossed the parking lot, skipped over a curb then crash through the front of Martin’s Applicance. The vehicle came to a stop fully inside the showroom.

Courtesy: Quarryville FC

Courtesy: Quarryville FC

The unidentified driver is being detained under suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol.