Car hits deli; No injuries reported
Updated On: Feb 25 2013 02:06:00 PM EST
No injuries were reported when a car slammed into a restaurant in Tamarac.
The crash happened at 7144 Nob Hill Road about 10:30 a.m. Monday, according to Tamarac Fire Rescue.
"Everybody was working. All of the sudden, there was a loud explosion," said Paul Zeddeck, who owns Nosher's Deli. "When we looked up, the car was through the front window."
The driver was pulling into a parking spot when the driver hopped the curb and hit the restaurant.
"It was almost surreal," added Zeddeck.
One customer was inside the restaurant at the time of the crash. That person denied needing to go to the hospital, firefighters say.
The cost of the damage could reach $10,000.
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