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.
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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