Car Crashes Into Arkansas Chiropractor's Office for the Second Time in Four Months

The owner of a Rogers chiropractic clinic doesn't offer drive-through services, it just seems that way.

For the second time in four months — and the third time since setting up shop — Bob Ziegler has had a motorist drive into his clinic.

"I'm just thankful there were no patients in the waiting room," said Ziegler, owner of the Ziegler Chiropractic Clinic. "If it had happened five or 10 minutes later, there would have been patients sitting in the waiting room."

Wednesday's accident was the second this year. In both instances, the vehicles were driven by elderly women "totally embarrassed" by the accidents, Ziegler said. The women were not ticketed. Rogers Police Lt. Mike Johnson said officers have the discretion to not write tickets when cars hit buildings.

Ziegler said that when his office was in Prairie Creek in 1995 or 1996, a car ran into that clinic, too.

No injuries were reported. Ziegler said he would talk to his landlord about erecting barriers in front of the clinic to stop cars.