NEENAH - Two people were taken to the hospital after a woman crashed her car into a Neenah coffee shop.
The incident happened just before noon Tuesday at Starbucks, 1015 W. Winneconne Ave.
Police chief Kevin Wilkinson says the 81-year-old driver's foot slipped off the brake pedal and hit the gas pedal. She was not injured. However, two people inside the building were hurt. Their condition is not known.
The business is closed until structural repairs can be made to the building.
No charges are expected to be filed, Wilkinson says.
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