The city of Meridian faces the chore of repairing a wall of one of its fire stations.
A vehicle was driven into a brick wall at Fire Station #7 on North Hills Street Friday morning.
Fire Chief Anthony Clayton says the driver lost control and jumped a curb before plowing into the grass and hitting the building.
"It did significant structural damage to the building," Clayton said. "You have cracks in the wall all the way down to the foundation. And you've also got, you also have significant pushing out on the inside of the building. So it's going to take a little work to get it back straight."
Clayton said no one was hurt in the crash, but police did interview the driver.
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