Car crashes into Jacksonville restaurant

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JACKSONVILLE, Ala. (AP) — Employees of a pizza restaurant are cleaning up after a car crashed through a window, injuring one of the employees.

Authorities said the crash happened shortly before 6:30 p.m. Sunday at the Little Caesars in Jacksonville.

Keith Kadle, Jacksonville's assistant fire chief, said it wasn't immediately clear why the driver crashed into the store. No one in the vehicle was hurt. Kadle did not know the extent of the employee's injuries.

The Anniston Star reports (http://bit.ly/X68DZF) that the wreck left a gaping hole in the store's glass front. Inside, the store's signature orange counter was bent and pushed back about six feet from the impact of the car. In front of the counter, tread marks streaked the tile floor, which was covered with broken glass, advertisements and sheets of coupons.

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Information from: The Anniston Star, http://www.annistonstar.com/



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