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An Ontario Driver Rammed Into A Store Twice After Getting Into A Fight With The Clerk

One man is facing charges after an Ontario road rage incident took place this week. 

A London, Ontario, man reportedly rammed his car into a local convenience store on Wednesday, twice. 

The incident unfolded after the man got into an argument with an employee of the store.

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The man [...] proceeded to drive his car into the front entrance of the store, causing the glass doors to break.

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The accused then stormed out of the building, entered his vehicle, and proceeded to drive it into the building's entrance twice.

Damage to the store is estimated to be approximately $30,000.

Police reported that a passerby was also struck by the vehicle while they were standing in the store's parking lot. 

The citizen received only minor injuries as a result of the incident.

The man, 37-year-old Jimmy Krimpas, faces numerous charges, including dangerous operation of a motor vehicle and failure to stop at the scene of an accident. 

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