Chain-reaction crash sends emergency vehicle into storefront

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WHITE PLAINS -

A chain-reaction crash sent an emergency services truck barreling into a building in White Plains early Saturday morning.

Police say 34-year-old Issac Tayler of Milford, Connecticut, was under the influence when he made an illegal U-turn at the intersection of Waller Avenue and East Post Road around 2 a.m. They say Tayler then slammed into an emergency-service truck, which careened into the front of a store.

Tayler is charged with a driving while impaired and was hit several summonses, including refusal to take a breathalyzer and unsafe U-turn.

No injuries have been reported. The store owner says the business will be open again on Wednesday after the holiday.

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