Car Slams into Denny’s Restaurant in Columbus, Georgia
COLUMBUS, GA. – According to a news report online at wrbl.com, a vehicle slammed into the site of a Denny’s restaurant in Columbus, Georgia, on January 14. Two adults and a baby were in the vehicle when police arrived, and reports indicate a third adult might have run away from the scene.*
The crash occurred on the night of January 14 at the Denny’s located on Macon Road in Columbus. A white Honda (model not reported) was driving in the parking lot of the Denny’s and somehow crashed into the side of the building. The cause of the crash is not yet clear, and police have not reported on any potential factors leading to the incident.
The Honda reportedly crashed into the kitchen area of the restaurant, causing enormous damage to the outside of the building. A photo from the scene shows half of the white sedan inside the building. Georgia Power was called to the scene to turn off the electricity to the building in order to remove the vehicle in a safe manner.
Witnesses told reporters that two women and a baby were in the Honda, and a third person reportedly exited the vehicle after the crash and ran away on foot. It is not clear if police have located this person. No one involved in the incident has been identified at this time, and information about possible injuries has not been reported.
Officers with the Columbus Police Department are still investigating and have not yet reported further information about the crash.
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