Car rams into household restaurant inflicting £30k injury as drunk driver caught
A drunk driver was caught after inflicting a whopping £30ks value of harm by ramming right into a packed household restaurant.
The Rokka Bar and Grill in Warrington was hit by a suspected drink driver on Friday (February 10), however fortunately nobody was critically harm. The driver and his passengers tried to scarper from the scene on, however the police nabbed them close by.
The driver was nicked after failing a breathalyser check, blowing method over the restrict. However, in considerably of a miracle, the place was again open the subsequent day, the MEN stories.
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Taking to Facebook to thank the group for his or her assist following the smash, bosses wrote: “We are very, very lucky that no one within the restaurant or outside was injured, all a bit shook up but thankfully unharmed. We would firstly like to say thank you for the out pour of support that we have already received from the community with kind messages and asking if we need any help, it’s really appreciated.
“We’ve been in a position to safe the home windows which have been shattered with picket boarding and now we have given the restaurant a radical clear all through the early hours of the morning to make the property protected. We have additionally had an emergency surveillance crew come out and examine the construction of the constructing that was impacted and all is structurally steady and now we have been given the go forward to proceed with enterprise.”
“Apart from the eye sore we will be OPEN and providing our service as normal!! We are working as fast as we can on getting fixtures replaced but until then our doors are open and the welcome and service will be exactly the same!!”
Cheshire Police Special Constabulary earlier posted on social media that the suspected drink driver had “lost control of his vehicle and ploughed into the front of a busy restaurant”. They estimate that the injury brought about is round £30,000.
The spokesman added: “This is why drink driving is an offence, and completely unacceptable in 2024, it can have such an impact on others, it still baffles us why people continue to risk lives, however to be clear, we will continue to tackle those who still feel it is acceptable to take the risk and ensure they are brought before the courts!”
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