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SUV Slams Into PETA Office In Echo Park: 'Office Dogs Are OK'

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An SUV slammed into PETA's Bob Barker Building in Echo Park this morning, interrupting a plan to protest Sea World. No one was hurt, and PETA tweeted: "All employees & office dogs are OK."

Authorities told ABC 7 that a Toyota Land Cruiser crashed right through the window at 2154 W. Sunset Boulevard at 10:49 a.m.

The cause of the crash isn't clear, though that bend does have a reputation for a lot of crashes when drivers try to take the curve too fast.

PETA and news crews tweeted out photos from the scene:

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