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An out-of-control vehicle smashed into a parked car in St. Albans Friday night, causing it to jump the curb and hit a man, according a published report.

A driver in a green Toyota Camry pulled out of a nearby restaurant parking lot on Linden Boulevard at about 7 p.m. and lost control of his car, the Daily News reported. It then struck a parked Buick, which vaulted the curb and ran over the unidentified victim.

The victim was was taken to Jamaica Hospital, where he was in critical condition.

The driver of the Toyota claimed his brakes failed, according to the Daily News. But when cops tested the brakes, they were able to stop the car.

Police are still investigating and charges haven’t been filed.

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