Car crash sends tire through restaurant’s window

WYOMING Mich. -- Police responded to a report of a serious accident in Wyoming Sunday afternoon.

The two vehicle collision happened around 1:30 p.m. and shut down Chicago Drive between Federal and Burlingame Avenues.

The details of the crash remain under investigation. Dispatchers tell FOX 17 injuries were reported as a result of the crash, but the extent of which are not known.

The collision happened in front of the New Beginnings Restaurant. Staff members tell FOX 17 a tire from one of the vehicles in the crash ended up going through one of their windows,  damaging a wall and a booth and leaving debris around the restaurant.

No injuries were reported inside the facility.

 

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3 comments

  • lml25

    This comment covers all the traffic accidents and fatalities–from car accidents–on the FOX website today:what is wrong with people?Are they stupid?My comment wont change one future accident–but jeezus,would you take drugs and drink before working with electric tools at home?Would you not pay attention to what your doing,while cutting wood with an electric saw?Driving needs 10 times the attention of those tasks,yet stupidity reigns every day.It’s not that tough to concentrate on the job of driving–I highly suggest it for everyone.All accidents,sans mechanical problems–are avoidable–if you just take driving seriously.Try it.

  • A

    The driver was a 16 year old with only a level 1 drivers permit, meaning he was only legally able to drive with an adult 21 years old or older. The mustang was his fathers car, which raises the question of whether he had permission to drive the vehicle or did he take the vehicle without his fathers knowledge. I’ve not seen anything which states or accuses him of being under the influence of drugs or alcohol…if I missed those accusations, where might I find them??? He was clearly driving erratically and speeding, which caused him to lose control.

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