The teenager "was in the process of taking her road test at the driver's license exam station. when she inadvertently put the vehicle in drive instead of reverse", the statement said.
A teen in Minnesota crashed her vehicle while taking a road test to get her driver's license. The 17-year-old driver and those inside the building were not hurt. But for one Minnesota teen, she managed to fail her test before she ever got on the road.
That's what happened to a 17-year-old from Monticello Wednesday afternoon.
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The 60-year-old woman who was administering the driving test was taken to the hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries, police said.
Both the examiner and Craig's instructor, Steve Fletcher, agreed they had seen nothing like it in the half a century of their combined careers.
Craig, who currently lives in King's Lynn, Norfolk, has now made a vow to steer clear of the roads on 2 February - which also happens to be Groundhog Day in the USA and Canada.