Pizzeria Won’t Reopen This Year After 2 Cars Crash Into It
In a stroke of what some would call bad luck, a pizzeria owner experienced a vehicle crashing into his building not once, but twice in a matter of months. While the owner was optimistic about being able to clean up and have the necessary repairs, he now says that he will not be able to reopen his doors by the end of the year.
In the first accident, a vehicle hit and went through the front wall of Ammazza in June. The building sits at the intersection of Edgewood Avenue and Randolph Street. The accident was the result of a driver whose blood sugar had dropped, leaving him dizzy and disoriented. The driver steered into a fire hydrant and then into the building.
In the second accident, occurring in early July, a two-vehicle crash resulted in a car being thrown into the same wall. The owner of the restaurant was in the building at the time but was uninjured. The driver of the car complained of neck pain and was taken to a local hospital. No one else was injured.
Rather than get down about his string of luck, the owner of the pizzeria is thankful that no one was more seriously injured or killed in either accident. He also has said that, while not expected, the closure and damage has given him time to think about what he would change if he could. Having to make repairs may be just the opportunity he was looking for to make a few improvements.
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