SCHENECTADY – A car struck a building housing operations of Schenectady Community Ministries Sunday, damaging the building’s front.
The driver possibly suffered a medical emergency ahead of the crash and was taken to Ellis Hospital for a general welfare check, police said. He was being interviewed by the department’s traffic division, police said.
No one was in the building at the time and no other injuries were reported, police said.
The crash happened at about 3:20 p.m. at 837 Albany St. The crash damaged the front of the building, including the door area.
That building is home to the Schenectady Community Ministries programs St. Joseph’s Place and Patty’s Place.
The organization announced in October a two-story addition to the building to add a teaching kitchen, bathrooms and upstairs offices with a handicapped entrance.