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Car slams into building during Wednesday morning commute

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No injuries are reported after a vehicle struck a building just west of downtown London.

According to police, it happened at 6:53 a.m. at the corner of Oxford Street west and Wharncliffe Road.

Because the vehicle did travel over a sidewalk, police confirmed no pedestrians were struck.

The crash is still under investigation and there is no word on possible charges.

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