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Car Crashes into Restaurant on Highland Avenue [National City, CA]

Car Crashes into Restaurant on Highland Avenue [National City, CA]

Car Crashes into Restaurant on Highland Avenue [National City, CA]

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NATIONAL CITY, CA (August 20, 2019) – Two people were injured after a car crashed into a restaurant Tuesday afternoon.
 
Authorities reported the incident occurred shortly after 2:00 PM in the 1000 block of Highland Avenue. Medics arrived at the South Bay strip mall.
 
Officers stated that a four door Lexus sedan crashed through Pho 7 Cow. The driver accelerated forward instead of backing out of the parking space. As a result, it struck a booth where three adults were eating.
 
Medics arrived shortly after and transported two victims to a nearby hospital for medical evaluation. However there has been no update on their medical status. The third victim was evaluated at the scene but declined to be transported.
 
In addition, the head of the city building department evaluated the building following the crash. They determined that no repairs beyond replacement were necessary besides the window.
 
Furthermore, there has been no other information released about the incident.
 
Always drive safely and cautiously. There can be several distractions that can prevent drivers from taking there eyes off the road. Also take extra precaution to assure you put your vehicle in the proper gear. Doing so can prevent dangerous accidents from happening.


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