SAN MATEO (CBS SF) — A distracted driver with an expired license drove into a building in San Mateo Friday morning.

The San Mateo Police Department posted pictures of the crash on Facebook Friday afternoon. The department posted that the vehicle, a white Range Rover, crashed into a building on the 4100 blk of S. El Camino Real, and thankfully didn’t injure anyone.

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Range Rover crashed into San Mateo building (San Mateo Police Department)

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Responding officers learned that the driver, who police did not identify, had an expired driver’s license. Responding officers cited the driver and issued him a priority re-exam at the Department of Motor Vehicles.

The department did not identify the driver or what caused the accident, but hinted that the driver was distracted.

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“There are many things that cause us to lose focus while driving: drugs/alcohol/medication, age, health issues, distractions in the car & out,” San Mateo Police stated on Facebook. “Pay attention to the road and avoid anything that will take your focus away from your one goal, to arrive safely at your destination.”