• Diner taken to hospital after SUV crashes into entrance of Chinese restaurant in Greensburg


    GREENSBURG, Pa. - A diner was taken to the hospital after a car backed into the front of a Chinese restaurant in Greensburg.

    The driver and a pet dog who was riding in her Honda Pilot were not injured in the wreck that happened around 3 p.m. Sunday at Szechuan Garden on E. Pittsburgh Street, according to Channel 11 News exchange partner Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.

    The Trib reported that a clerk at the nearby Dollar General store heard the crash and rushed to clear away rubble to help free the customer, who was lying on the floor.

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    That man said the victim was bleeding from her hand but had no other visible injuries. She was taken to a local hospital, while other patrons evacuated through the back exit.

    According to The Trib, it is unclear when the restaurant might reopen.



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