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85-year-old Stockbridge man crashes into two downtown buildings

STOCKBRIDGE — Police are investigating a Monday afternoon crash after an 85-year-old Stockbridge man drove into two commercial buildings on Elm Street and injured two people.

The operator of the vehicle, who has been identified by Stockbridge Police Chief Darrell Fennelly as Paul Lippmann, was uninjured.

Lippmann, a resident of Stockbridge, has a background in clinical psychology that spans close to six decades.

At approximately 12:40 p.m., Lippmann accelerated his 2003 Saab into the front of the Abdalla building, which houses a branch of Lee Bank, Schantz Galleries Contemporary Glass, a dental practice Edwards, Krol & Nazarov, PC and Nejaime’s Wine Cellars, smashing the glass of the Lee Bank storefront window and a side wall, said Fennelly.

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