New driver crashes into Loudoun County High School

A parent took a new teenage driver to practice in the Loudoun County High School parking lot Wednesday afternoon, and the teenager ended up losing control and crashing into a maintenance building at the school.

Neither the parent nor the child was hurt, a Leesburg police officer said. He said that he did not know whether the driver had a permit.

The officer described the damage to the building as “cosmetic.” In a photograph, it looks like the SUV took a big chunk out of the building’s wall.

 

Julie Zauzmer is a local news reporter.

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