Security camera monitors car crashing into Tennessee donut shop
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A security camera captured the moment a car slammed into the wall of a donut shop in Nashville, Tennessee this week.
The crash happened around 3:30 a.m. Friday when a driver is seen in the video turning left at a green light before crossing a curb and then hitting the store’s glass entrance, WKRN reported- TV.
Rather than turning from the left lane into its perpendicular traffic lane at the intersection, the car rolls over and crosses into oncoming traffic lanes before crashing into the store.
No one was in the store at the time of the crash and the driver of the car was arrested, the Metro Nashville Police Department said.
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Sarah Flowers, 29, was later charged with driving under the influence after Metro Police said a breathalyzer registered 0.218 or more than double the legal limit for driving, WKRN reported.
The accident was first discovered by a pastry chef who arrived at work on Friday morning. He immediately notified owner Ken Woodward.
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“My first reaction was after hearing that no one was hurt, it was ‘well, we’ve got another mess to clean up,'” Woodward told the outlet.
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Employees are temporarily out of work while crews work to clean up the area and replace broken windows and doors, the owner said.
He added: ‘When you walk in, just tip our employees nicely because they missed a day of work.