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Photo: Damage dished out

Bricks hit cars: From left, Cory Christiansen, John Sheley and Kavin Jones survey damage to the Dishman Dodge sign at Appleway Avenue and Park Road on Tuesday. A driver struck the sign early Tuesday, causing flying bricks to hit more than a dozen new cars, causing a range of damage. Some will be declared a total loss, general sales manager Tom Maine said. (Jesse Tinsley)
Bricks hit cars: From left, Cory Christiansen, John Sheley and Kavin Jones survey damage to the Dishman Dodge sign at Appleway Avenue and Park Road on Tuesday. A driver struck the sign early Tuesday, causing flying bricks to hit more than a dozen new cars, causing a range of damage. Some will be declared a total loss, general sales manager Tom Maine said. (Jesse Tinsley)
Bricks hit cars: From left, Cory Christiansen, John Sheley and Kavin Jones survey damage to the Dishman Dodge sign at Appleway Avenue and Park Road on Tuesday. A driver struck the sign early Tuesday, causing flying bricks to hit more than a dozen new cars, causing a range of damage. Some will be declared a total loss, general sales manager Tom Maine said.
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