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Say a Corvette and a Walmart Got into a Fight, Who Would Win?

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A 75-year old man crashed his 2007 Corvette into the front of a California Walmart—near the gardening department—this week. The driver and his passenger, a 58-year old woman, were suffered minor injuries. The Gilroy Dispatch reports on the status of injuries:

Both the driver and passenger were transported to Santa Teresa Hospital with complaints of pain, Krewson said. Little damage was suffered by Walmart, though the Corvette suffered "moderate to major" damage in the accident, Krewson said.
Well, it just goes to show: in the fight between a sports car and a 200,000 square foot brick-and-mortar building, the building always comes out on top.
· Corvette versus Walmart injures two [Gilroy Dispatch]


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