Driver crashes outside pizzeria in Harrah’s

THIS EVENING. WAS NO ONE SERIOUSLY INJURED IN THE ACCIDENT, BUT LOOK AT THE TTHA DAMAGE ON MY SHOULDER. YOU CAN SEE EVERYTHING IS BORED POLICE SAID THERE WERE THREE CHILDREN IN THE CAR WHEN IT HAPPENED D. IT’S USUALLY A QUITE BUSY STO, ESPECIALLY DURING SPRING BREAK AT THIS TIME OF DAY. SO YEAH, WE WERE REALLY LUCKY OF THE SPARKY MOMENTS THAT LITTLE CAESAR’S SHOP IN HERA THIS AFTERNOON WHEN A DRIVER CROSSED THE FRONT WALL. APPEARENTLY DRIVER HAD BEEN IN DRIVE-THRU AND JUST IN FUNDAMENTAL TURNED U-TURN AND SOMEWHAT SPEED UP LOTS OF BROKEN WINDOWS AT DOORS COMPLETELY GONE POLICE. TELL DRIVER AND THREE SMALL KI WDSERE IN CARS A ARE WE BUSY AT WORK INSIDE TALKED WITH DRIVER. SHE IS OBVIOUSLY REAL SHAKEN. THE CHILDREN HAVE BEEN OK. THEY’RE GOOD TONIGHT. POLICE SAY THEY WILL INVESTIGATE TO SEE IF THE DRIVER WILL FACE CHARGES BUT HAVE NOT BEEN FILED YET, BUT OFFICER AMMONS IS STJU GLAD EVERYONISE OKAY. I CAN’T IMAGINE BEING INSIDE A PLACE LIKE THIS AND ALL SO THE’E IS A CAR HERE, YOU YOUR BUSINESS. NOW THE LOCATION OF THIS LITTLE CAESAR HAS BEEN CLOSED MOST OF THE DAY TODAY BUT THERE ARE SIGNS THAT DRIVE THRGHOU WILL BE OPEN TOMORROW L

Driver crashes outside pizzeria in Harrah’s

Police said the driver and three young children were in the car while employees were busy at work.

A Harrah’s pizzeria is in pieces after a car drove through it on Tuesday afternoon. “So we’re lucky no one was injured.” The scary moments took place at a Little Caesars near Harrah Road, where a driver slammed into the front wall. turned around and accelerated somehow,” Ammons said. The crash left broken glass and the door was completely missing. Police said the driver and three young children were in the car while the employees were busy at work. “I spoke with the driver. She’s really shaken up, but the kids are fine. They’re fine,” Ammons said. I’ll be investigating to see if the driver will face charges, but none have been filed yet. Ammons is just glad everyone is fine. “I can’t imagine being in a business, and all of a sudden there’s a car inside your business,” Ammons said.

A Harrah’s pizzeria is in pieces after a car drove through it on Tuesday afternoon.

“It’s usually a fairly busy store, especially during spring break and at this time of day,” Harrah’s Police Department Officer Jason Ammons said. “So we’re lucky no one was injured.”

The scary moments took place at a Little Caesars near Harrah Road, where a driver slammed into the front wall.

“Apparently the driver had driven through the drive-thru and then basically turned around and accelerated somehow,” Ammons said.

The accident left shards of glass and the door completely gone. Police said the driver and three young children were in the car while employees were busy at work.

“I spoke with the driver. She’s really shaken up, but the kids are fine. They’re fine,” Ammons said.

Police said they would investigate to see if the driver would face charges, but none have yet been filed. Ammons is just glad everyone is okay.

“I can’t imagine being inside a business, and all of a sudden there’s a car inside your business,” Ammons said.