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An Albuquerque woman is facing a list of charges after police say she plowed through a car dealership intentionally, forcing employees to dive out of the way. The incident was much too close for comfort for employees at the Hyundai dealership on Lomas near Wyoming. Employees told Albuquerque Police that around 4 p.m. on Monday, a woman behind the wheel plowed her car up a small staircase, through a guard rail and rammed into a wall and glass door. The driver, Tammy Ramirez-Harmon, is now charged with five counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

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