Florist open after shop damaged Saturday

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By Lisa King

A local florist is open for business as usual after the shop was damaged Saturday during a sort of freak accident, the owner said.

“There was a big hole in the wall, and we will have to replace our furnace and air-conditioning unit. It was a horrible mess,” said Sharon Nichols, owner of Flowers by Sharon on the corner of Main and 6th streets.

The shop was damaged Saturday night when a car parked in the lot behind the shop slipped out of gear, rolling down the incline and smashing in the back of the building, Nichols said.

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