Bank of America’s Ramona branch back online days after crash
Ramona Branch of Bank of America’s banking networking systems were up and running Thursday after a car crashed into the building on Saturday morning, according to bank personnel.
The car hit the building at 1407 Main St. on the drive-through side during a police pursuit, disrupting the system.
Bank of America was open for business while the system was being restored and employees handled banking transactions manually while the computer systems were down, an employee said.
Officers arrested Daniel Beahm, 18, of Ramona after the Aug. 11 crash, saying he faces charges of vehicle theft, possession of a stolen vehicle, and evading a peace officer, according to the sheriff’s Ramona station.
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