A car crashed through fencing and into the children’s farm and train station at Belleview Park at about 11 p.m. Aug. 28, according to a news update on Englewood’s city website.
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A car crashed through fencing and into the children’s farm and train station at Belleview Park at about 11 p.m. Aug. 28, according to a news update on Englewood’s city website.The car was driving fast on South Hickory Street, which leads north into the park, near South Santa Fe Drive on East Belleview Avenue. It crossed Belleview Avenue into the parking lot before coming to rest, the update said.The children’s area, where kids can see animals and ride a small train, was closed Aug. 29 while the city began repairs to the building, the update said. In another note on its website, the city said the train is closed for the season, and the farm is open Aug. 30 through Labor Day, when it will close for the season.The damage should be able to be repaired, said Investigator Scot Allen, spokesman for Englewood police.The driver of the car was taken to Swedish Medical Center for treatment, and he was the only person inside the car, Allen said.
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