STANFIELD - Early morning shoppers had an eye-opener at the Main Street Market in Stanfield this morning when a truck crashed into the store, smashing the front door and surrounding wall.

The driver, Glen McFarlane, is a regular customer at the store, said Sandra Akey as she swept up glass inside the building.

Akey said she saw McFarlane drive his Ford F-150 into the parking lot, strike a small advertising sign outside, and just keep coming.

"He hit that and he kept coming straight and then he just kept coming until 'Boom!' right into the building," Akey said.

There were no injuries.

Stanfield Police Chief Bryon Zumwalt said McFarlane told them his brake fluid must have been running out when the collision happened.

"He was going very slow, he says under 10 miles an hour," Zumwalt said.

Zumwalt also said he could not see any skid marks in the parking lot from the truck.

Gabe Wells was working behind the counter only a few feet away from where the truck struck the building just before 10 a.m.

"I turned to look up just when he hit it," Wells said. "We thought about redoing the store. I guess this is a good way to start."

The only visible damage to the truck was a large dent in the hood.

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