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Driver destroys clock in downtown AberdeenThe Aberdeen Main Street Association believes it was an accident
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Driver destroys clock in downtown Aberdeen

In the middle of town in aberdeen was mowed down by a driver in a truck this past weekend.

Wtva's wayne hereford joins us live from aberdeen and tells us that the clock was put there in 2013 to honor city leaders.

I spoke with aberdeen main street director anne tackett about what she believes was an accident.

There is video of the incident that shows what happened.

"well it was run-over by the reindeer i reckon.

Ha, ha, ha" aberdeen main street director ann tackett is keeping a positive attitude about the clock that was runover this past weekend.

You can see what happened thanks to cameras placed downtown.

She believes it was an accident.

" well someone had an accident there and the clock and it tore it up it was removed."

"it was just an accident we're sure of that.

And we're sad and aberdeen loves he clock.

And we will replace it repair it or something."

Right now she says the main street is willing to let bygones be bygones.

But they would like whomever did this to turn themselves in.

Tackett says that the clock cost somewhere in the and we're sad and aberdeen loves "it was just an accident we're sure of that.

And we're sad and aberdeen loves he clock.

And we will replace it repair it or something."

Right now she says the main street is willing to let bygones be bygones.

But they would like whomever did this to turn themselves in.

Tackett says that the clock cost somewhere in the neighborhood of 23-thousand dollars.

Reporting live in aberdeen wayne hereford wtva nine




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