HINSDALE, Ill. (CBS) — It’s happened again in downtown Hinsdale; on Monday, for the third time in five weeks, a car crashed into a building on the same block in the historic downtown district.

WBBM Newsradio’s Bernie Tafoya reports all three crashes happened on the 100 block of South Washington Street, which is on a hill.

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On Monday, a 61-year-old woman crashed her car into the vacant building that used to house Zak’s Place restaurant. She was ticketed for the wreck.

Toni Cox, who co-owns Toni Patisserie & Café down the street, said “it’s very odd.”

“I was concerned about our own business. I’m thinking ‘one of these days, this could be our business,’” she said.

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Jason Vogt, who manages a nearby bagel shop, said, “people, I guess … think they’re parked, and then they go, I guess, push the ignition, and then go up the curb.”

No one has been injured in the crashes, but Monday’s wreck was the ninth time in the past 12 years that a car has crashed into a building on that block.

On Feb. 21, a car crashed into Steinway Piano Gallery at the northwest corner of Washington and Second streets. The driver in that crash said his car malfunctioned.

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Two days later, another car crashed through the glass door of the same building.