Police: Driver who crashed into Beverly CVS dies


BEVERLY, Mass. (WPRI) — The woman who drove through the side of a CVS in Beverly, Mass. Wednesday morning has died, Eyewitness News has learned.

The store was left in shambles after the car crashed through a brick wall and into the 24-hour CVS around 1:45 a.m. The crash sent shelves and products flying.

The car did not come to a stop until reaching the pharmacy counter in the rear of the store.

Crews eventually towed the car from the store but actually had to make the hole in the wall even bigger in order to get it out.

Police said the 24-year-old woman was found suffering from self-inflicted injuries and injuries from the crash. She was transported to Beverly Hospital where she was later pronounced dead.

At the time of the crash, only employees were inside the store and no one was injured.

Police said a preliminary investigation reveals the crash may have been a suicide attempt.

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