A Longhorn Steakhouse car accident injured the 81-year-old female driver and an employee in Pennsylvania.
Longhorn Steakhouse Car Crash in Pennsylvania Leaves 81-Year-Old Female Driver and Teen Employee Injured
A Longhorn Steakhouse car crash in Pennsylvania left the 81-year-old female driver and a teenage employee injured after the woman’s vehicle suddenly hit the Longhorn Steakhouse during lunchtime, wherein many customers were eating at the time of the accident.
During the investigation, authorities received a report about a car crashing into the Longhorn Steakhouse, wherein a female employee of the Longhorn Steakhouse had been trapped under the car’s tire, and immediately rushed the employee and the female driver to the hospital for them to receive treatment, Trib Live reported.
According to authorities, the female driver initially crashed into a pickup truck in a parking lot near the area before crashing into the building of the Longhorn Steakhouse; fortunately, the pickup truck driver was uninjured, and luckily, other customers and employees of LongHorn Steakhouse had been evacuated on time.
LongHorn Steakhouse Temporarily Closed to Reconstruct the Building Following Car Crash Accident
Following the car crash accident, the LongHorn Steakhouse announced that they would be temporarily closed until the reconstruction of the building was finished and ready to be opened again.
The 81-year-old driver and the teenage employee were in stable condition following the car crash into the Longhorn Steakhouse, WTAE reported.