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Posted on: June 25, 2015

[ARCHIVED] F&M Bank Damaged as Result of Two Car MVA

A two car motor vehicle accident is to blame for damage to the F&M Bank located at 802 Memorial Boulevard in Murfreesboro.

Murfreesboro Fire & Rescue Department's Engine 4 and Rescue 8 and Murfreesboro Police Department units responded to the scene just after 10:15 Thursday night.

A Dodge Neon struck the side of the bank after colliding with another vehicle. Murfreesboro Police Department is investigating that accident.

According to Shift Commander Dale Maynard, no extrication was necessary, and fortunately no injuries were associated with the incident. "The driver of the Neon was very lucky to have no injuries," said Maynard. "The airbag deployed on impact."

City Engineer Sam Huddleston and a representative from the City of Murfreesboro Building and Codes Department are in route to the scene to assess the structural integrity of the building. They will make a determination based on that assessment whether the bank will be open for business tomorrow.

"The accident is not causing any delay in traffic," said Maynard.

All inquiries regarding details of the incident shall be requested through Murfreesboro Police Department.

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