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Grand Forks man in vehicle hits teenager, crashes into Little Caesar's, police say

A Grand Forks man in a vehicle hit a teenager before crashing into a Little Caesar's building Thursday night, police said. Police responded at 8:08 p.m. to 2400 S. Washington St., where Ihsan Inad had just crashed his vehicle into the Little Caes...

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A Grand Forks man in a vehicle hit a teenager before crashing into a Little Caesar's building Thursday night, police said.

Police responded at 8:08 p.m. to 2400 S. Washington St., where Ihsan Inad had just crashed his vehicle into the Little Caesar's there, according to a news release. Inad's foot slipped off the brake and hit the gas pedal. The vehicle hit a 17-year-old bystander then the building, police said.

The teen was taken to Altru Hospital for a minor injury. Inad was cited for care required.

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