Habeb Family Chiropractic in Lubeck back open after car crash damages building

LUBECK, W.Va. (WTAP) - UPDATE: 02/02/18 8:50 A.M.

The owner of Habeb Family Chiropractic office on Route 68 in Lubeck, says his business is back open today, a day after a car crashed into the building.

The Wood County Sheriff's office says Jeffrey Hammond, 58, lost control of his 2008 Toyota RAV-4 while heading into a curve.

The crash, which happened Thursday morning, left a large hole in the side of the building that had to be repaired.

Hammond and his wife, Regina, 47, were transported to Camden Clark Medical Center.

Deputies say it isn't yet certain what caused Hammond to lose control.


Update: 2/1/2018 2:25 P.M.

The Wood County Sheriff's office says 58-year old Jeffrey Hammond's 2008 Toyota RAV-4 went out of control while heading into a curve on West Virginia route 68.

Deputies say it isn't yet certain what caused Hammond to lose control.

Hammond and his wife, Regina, 47, were transported to Camden Clark Medical Center.

He was treated and released. She was still being treated Thursday afternoon.


2/1/2018

On Thursday, a car crashed into a Lubeck doctor's office, leaving a large hole in the building.

The owners of the Habeb Family Chiropractic office, on Route 68 in Lubeck, say the crash happened around 9 A.M. Thursday, as they were preparing to open the business.

They say the vehicle went out of control as it was rounding a curve, hitting the front of the building.

A receptionist told us she heard a loud noise from the impact of the vehicle.

No one inside the building was hurt, but the office had to be closed until repairs can be made to the building.

The owners say they're not sure exactly when the office will reopen.

Two people inside the vehicle were reportedly hospitalized, but their conditions are not available at this time.

The Wood County Sheriff's Office is investigating the cause of the crash.



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