CLEVELAND — A Cleveland coffee shop had to close up for repairs after a car crashed into the establishment, the second such incident to happen to the business this year.
Thankfully, no one was injured, according to the business.
The shop, Six Shooter Coffee, tweeted about the incident Saturday afternoon.
“Someone crashed their car into our shop again for the 2nd time in less than a year,” the business said in the tweet.
The store will remain closed Saturday and plans to reopen Sunday morning at 7 a.m.
A similar incident happened in November 2019. In that incident, a driver slammed into the side of the business when they tried to make a turn on East 161st Street.
The shop later moved to a different location.
“Please wear a mask and maintain social distance both with your persons and vehicles,” the store said.
Someone crashed their car into our shop again for the 2nd time in less than a year. AFTER WE MOVED TO A COMPLETELY DIFF LOCATION. No one was hurt. We are closed today & open again tomorrow at 7am. Please wear a mask & maintain social distance both with your persons and vehicles. pic.twitter.com/ZoIZTrOw5k— Six Shooter Coffee (@6shootercoffee) October 10, 2020
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