Two cars collided near a popular coffeehouse in Galveston on Wednesday after one of the drivers failed to brake at a stop sign, police said.
The crash sent both cars careening into a downtown building, according to social media posts.
The driver of a Chrysler 300 traveling south on 22nd Street about noon failed to stop and struck a Chevrolet Impala, Galveston police department spokesman Joshua Schirard said.
The crash caused the two cars to careen off the road and into the old McCrory's Building, 2123 Postoffice St., damaging a mural painted there, Schirard said. The McCrory's Building is across the street from Mod Coffeehouse.
No one was injured, Schirard said.
The driver of the Chrysler was cited for failing to yield at a sign, police said.
During the investigation, a small bag of synthetic marijuana was found in the car, for which the driver was cited, Schirard said. But the driver had not appeared intoxicated so police did not file intoxicated driving charges, Schirard said.