INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - The owner of a trophy shop on the city's south side is getting abetter look at damage Friday morning.
Metro police said 24-year-old Rachel Deutsch died when her carslammed into the building and then hit a light pole.
Police said Deutsch was weaving near Madison and Southernavenues on the south side at around 11 p.m.
Officers say Deutsch hit a curb, went airborne, hit the side ofthe "Flying W" trophy shop and then ran into a light pole.
“First thing that I saw was the car and the person thatwas driving. It was pretty bad. The parking lot is just full ofrubble. I've never seen my parking lot that bad. Even when we wereputting in a new driveway,” said business owner ChuckGuedel.
Officers said Deutsch was not wearing a seat-belt and was thrownfrom the car.
Two nurses who saw the accident helped the woman until anambulance arrived.
Medics took her to Wishard hospital where she died from herinjuries.
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