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Car Crunch at 110th and Broadway

Bwog daily editor and veteran Westside shopper Anish Bramhandkar reports that the firetrucks have left, but there are two ambulances on the scene, with personell waiting for a tow truck. It was unclear if anyone was hurt. Perhaps the drivers were distracted by that giant pair of Michael Jackson/Björk-esque eyes peeping out from above the entrance to American Apparel.

– Photo by AB

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  • or...? says:

    @or...? TJ Eckelberg eyes

    1. snarky bwog commenter says:

      @snarky bwog commenter EckLEbUrg. But props on the reference.

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