Car Plows Into Brooklyn Outdoor Dining Area, Injures One
Brooklyn, NY – At least one person was injured after a car smashes into a Brooklyn outdoor dining area around lunchtime on August 27. Police are searching for the missing driver who immediately fled the scene after the crash. The female victim was rushed to the hospital for treatment of injuries.
Accidents involving expanded al fresco seating from the restaurant industry are recently increasing in number despite new rules and regulations set up in New York City regarding creation of partitions for dining areas in city streets. Since currently there is no timeline for the return of indoor dining in NYC, business owners’ only way to make a living being a mom-and-pop store is to go full blast outside.
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Police say a driver rammed into an outdoor seating area in Greenpoint, Brooklyn on Thursday, and kept going. CBS2’s Andrea Grymes reports.
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