Police say a car crashed into a Summerville bank Thursday morning.
The Summerville Police Department says at 6 a.m., officers responded to the BB&T bank on 904 Main Street for a vehicle collision.
Officers say the driver was driving too fast on Main Street, and when she attempted to turn onto 9th Street, her vehicle left the roadway and struck the bank.
The driver was transported to the hospital, with her condition unknown.
She was cited for driving too fast for conditions.
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