Cab Crashes Through Building in Loop

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    NEW YORK - MAY 22: A conventional-engine taxi cab cruises the streets May 22, 2007 in New York City. Mayor Michael Bloomberg said on NBC's "Today" show today that he has ordered all city taxis to be hybrid vehicles by 2012. (Photo by Chris Hondros/Getty Images)

    Four people were hurt when a taxi cab smashed through the window of a 7-Eleven downtown last night, officials said.

      Just after 10:30pm, a Crown Victoria taxi belonging to Flash Cab busted through the window at the convenience store at 33 E. Adams St., said Chicago Fire Department spokesman Larry Langford.
     
    A Toyota, headed south on Wabash Avenue, ran a red light, as the taxi was turning onto Adams St. The cab sideswiped the Toyota, pushing that vehicle into a nearby newstand and itself into the window, police on the scene said.
     
    Both drivers and two passengers from the vehicles were taken to local hospitals with not life-threatening injuries, Langford said.

    Loop Cab Crash Injures 4

    [CHI] Loop Cab Crash Injures 4
    A taxi crashes through the window of a downtown 7-Eleven, seriously injuring four people. (Published Wednesday, Jul 21, 2010)