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Hiawatha woman arrested after crashing into building
06/11/2019

(KLZA)-- A Hiawatha woman has been arrested for driving under the influence  after the SUV she was driving ran into a building and a light pole in Falls City.

42-year-old Tiffany Eis  was arrested by the Falls City Police Department following the wreck about 3:15 Friday afternoon.

The accident report says Eis told the officer she was pulling into The Spirit Shoppe parking area on the southwest corner of 12th and Harlan Streets. She said she was driving too fast and struck the light pole and the building.

Eis was booked into the Richardson County Jail on the DUI charge.

The 2010 Ford Escape Eis was driving suffered an estimated $1,500 damage. Damage to the building was estimated at $2,500.

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