MIAMI GARDENS (CBSMiami) – An event that Democratic Presidential Candidate Cory Booker was speaking at received a loud interruption Sunday afternoon.

While Booker was speaking at a Justice For All tour event at the Miami Soul Cafe, attendees were evacuated after a woman lost control of her minivan and slammed into the building.

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Rescue workers had to remove the woman from her vehicle.

She was transported to a local area hospital.

After a delay due to the crash, the event went on as scheduled.

The former New Jersey mayor and councilman spoke the obstacles ex-felons are facing following some muddied language in Amendment 4.

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The amendment, passed in November, restores voting rights to non-violent felons after they’ve completed all terms of their sentence.

The amendment, however, does not say specifically those terms include paying all court fees prior to voting.

Booker says if you’ve done your time you should have no restrictions on your right to vote.

“Now the House is going to move to try to put out obstacles and barriers, is just not right,” he said.

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