Update: Wild Willy's in Quincy Reopens After Car Crashes into the Place
[Ed note: This article was updated on July July 21 to reflect the fact that it has reopened.]
A car crashed into a burger spot in Quincy today, causing minor injuries as well as damage to the space.
According to a live video from Fox 25 News, fire trucks and police cars can be seen in the parking lot (as of 1:15 PM) of Wild Willy's on Washington Street, where a car apparently went into the restaurant. A Twitter post from @itsthejoeshow--who is Fox 25's evening TV news producer--shows a photo of the scene, while a tweet from @llambert_ledger indicates that the vehicle did go through the front door and that the injuries are not considered serious. A more recent Twitter post from @llambert_ledger mentions that no customers or workers were hurt and that the dining spot could reopen on Wednesday, while a new article from WCVB 5 mentions that four people were injured, and that none of the injuries are life-threatening.
Wild Willy's is located at 588 Washington Street in the Quincy Point section of the city.
[July 21 update: A Facebook post from the place indicates that Wild Willy's in Quincy reopened this afternoon.]
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