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East Brunswick: Days Inn has a Parking Problem

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Days Hotel and Conference Center near Hooters on Route 18 South Credits: trip advisor
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EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - Parking problems in East Brunswick seldom make the news, but this morning was different.

East Brunswick Police Department Patrol units responded to the Days Inn Hotel and Conference Center, 195 Route 18, (near Hooters on Route 18 close to the Turnpike) because a vehicle that crashed into the hotel, according to a report issued by the EBPD..

The driver, Lenibeth Estrada, 40, of Parlin, NJ was not injured in the accident.  Estrada was operating a black 2008 Dodge Nitro.

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The vehicle had traveled completely into an unoccupied room on the first floor as the driver attempted to park her vehicle in a parking stall. 

An investigation is ongoing.

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