Minivan crashes into restaurant

Terrace RCMP suspect a mechanical failure to have caused a vehicle to crash into the KFC building last night.

  • Aug. 31, 2011 8:00 p.m.

A MINIVAN made this hole when it crashed into the side of the KFC restaurant recently.

Terrace RCMP suspect a mechanical failure to have caused a vehicle to crash into the KFC building last night.

The accident caused about $10,000 damage to the restaurant but no one was injured, said police in a release today.

At 9:50 p.m. Aug. 30, a minivan driver lost control as she entered the parking lot and hit a blue Honda Civic before veering into the side of the building, said police.

BC Hydro was called to the scene to temporarily cut power, said police.

Officers continue to investigate.

A sign on the restaurant door this morning said it is closed until further notice.

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