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Car causes damage at Falls City business

(KLZA)-- Extensive damage was caused to a storage tank and retaining wall at Helena Chemical in the 400 block of Wilson Street in Falls City by an unknown driver.

The Falls  City Police Department was notified about the incident around 10:00 Friday night and when they arrived on the scene in less than five minutes, there was no one present. 

The police report says a  car was traveling at a high rate of speed and was unable to navigate the curve in the roadway. The car left the roadway, went airborne over a ditch, before colliding with and  jumping over a retaining wall. The car then struck  a storage tank and became high centered on the wall.

The report lists the 1999 Pontiac Grand Prix as totaled.  The vehicle is owned by Kyle Wissler, of Falls City.

Damage to the storage tank and retaining wall is estimated at $3,500.  

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