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Woman injured walking through glass window at bank

A fire official in the southwest Washington community of Ridgefield says a 32-year-old woman walked through a glass window at a bank. She suffered multiple non-life-threatening cuts.

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RIDGEFIELD, Wash. —

A fire official in the southwest Washington community of Ridgefield says a 32-year-old woman walked through a glass window at a bank. She suffered multiple non-life-threatening cuts.

Clark County Fire & Rescue Battalion Chief Tim Dawdy tells The Columbian ( http://is.gd/x874rd) that the woman mistook the window for a door. He says she stuck her hand out and walked through it at full speed Wednesday.

Firefighters treated her cuts and she drove away.

Dawdy says employees at the Sterling Bank branch were very surprised.

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Information from: The Columbian, http://www.columbian.com

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