The parking lot of McAlister’s Deli was the scene of an accident Monday that damaged three cars and left one man injured.

Stillwater Police responded to 205 E. Hall of Fame at 5:22 p.m. on the report of a man driving erratically.

According to the accident report, Jack Lamarr Casparis, 78, of Morrison, was traveling east through the parking lot of Perkins Restaurant at a high rate of speed in a blue 1998 Ford Crown Victoria. It continued east into the parking lot of Popeye’s Restaurant, jumped the curb and continued into the parking lot of McAlister’s Deli.

Once in that parking lot, it struck a parked 2004 red Chevrolet Aveo, which belonged to Pamela Raeanne Moler of Stillwater. It was parked on the east side of the parking lot. The Aveo was pushed into a tree and fence.

The tree fell onto a 2003 black Cadillac CTS, belonging to Darren Lee Sharp, of Covington, which was also parked.

Casparis seemed very disoriented and had symptoms of suffering from an unknown medical condition, possibly a stroke, according to police. He also has a history of seizures. His condition at the time of the incident is unknown.

He was taken to Stillwater Medical Center by ambulance with non-incapacitating head, external and internal trunk and arm injuries.

Damage to the Crown Victoria was estimated at $3,000.

The Aveo suffered approximately $4,500 damage.

The Cadillac CTS reportedly had $200 damage.

The damage at McAlister’s Deli to the fence and tree was estimated at $2,500.

According to several witnesses, hub caps flew off the car and sparks were seen as the car was traveling through the various parking lots.

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