Hit-And-Run Driver Swipes Calif. DMV

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Somebody smashed a car into the Roseville, Calif., Department of Motor Vehicles. The driver knocked a hole in the building measuring about 3-by-4 feet. The driver raced away after hitting the building, but DMV officials say they think it was a student driver.

STEVE INSKEEP, host:

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Somebody smashed a car into a building in Roseville, California. And not just any building. The car struck the Roseville Department of Motor Vehicles. The driver knocked a hole in that building measuring about 3-by-4 feet. It is hard to say what caused this crash, because this is a hit-and-run case. The driver raced away after striking the building. DMV officials say they believe it was a student behind the wheel of a car from a driving school.

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