Salvation Army bell ringer injured when woman allegedly drives into Tops
HENRIETTA, N.Y. – A bell ringer for the Salvation Army is recovering after a woman drove into the entryway of the store where they were volunteering.
According to a Tops spokeswoman, an unidentified woman drove a white Hyundai into the vestibule of the Henrietta Tops around 3:15 p.m. on Dec. 5. The bell ringer was injured; the property was damaged.
Tops says anyone with information should contact the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office at (585) 753-4178.