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Man drives car through tennis court and collides with rocks at Julianne’s Playground early Sunday evening; no one injured


A man drove a car through the tennis court entrance at Julianne’s Playground and crashed into the center rocks at about 5:30 p.m. on Sunday, according to a Facebook post in Parents of Pelham group.

No one was in the area besides Antonio Urena, who posted that he saw the accident unfold.

Urena said in the post that the man was first messing with the locks, and Urena assumed he worked for the town. Urena kept watching the man as he “kept on revving his engine.” Along with another person, Urena kept the driver from leaving until the police arrived.

The Pelham Police Department said additional information on the incident would be available on Monday.


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