Driver Crashes into "Coming Soon" Business

Contributor: Lance Vaught
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Updated: 12/31/2013 6:35 pm
A pizza restaurant not yet in business got an unexpected visit Tuesday afternoon.

Police say a driver meant to hit the brakes of his car, but stepped on the gas instead.

They say his car went over a curb, hit a trash can and then ran into the restaurant.

The trash can took the brunt of the impact, according to officers, and saved the driver from crashing into a dividing structure pillar.

Three people were inside the restaurant at the time of the accident.

No one was injured.
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