The news cycle appeared to end on the story of the car that fell from a Towson parking garage without an answer about how the Audi ended up plummeting. Now, more than a week after the incident, police released a few more details on Thursday.
Police say the driver, 23-year-old Lindsay Cook, was pulling her Audi Q5 into a parking space of the fourth floor of the garage on Allegheny Avenue. That’s when her car went forward, crashed through the concrete barrier, and fell. Remarkably, Cook wasn’t seriously injured.
There isn’t anymore info about why the car accelerated in the statement, but Baltimore County police did release sidewalk-level video of the incident.Watch in the upper lefthand corner:
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