No Injuries After Car Smashes Through Philly Dunkin Donuts - FOX 35 News Orlando

No Injuries After Car Smashes Through Philly Dunkin Donuts

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A man walks by a car that crashed through the front entrance of a Ridge Avenue Dunkin Donuts Monday. A man walks by a car that crashed through the front entrance of a Ridge Avenue Dunkin Donuts Monday.
PHILADELPHIA -

Employees of a Philadelphia Dunkin Donuts watched in shock as workers removed a car after it smashed through the front of the store Monday.

The car appeared to have reversed through the front of the Dunkin Donuts on the 7100 block of Ridge Avenue.

Police say no one was injured.

Video from SkyFOX showed scattered bricks and broken glass in the store's parking lot.

Surveillance video from inside of the Dunkin Donuts shows a customer who appears to fall backwards after the car crashes through. A mom and her child are seen running away as broken glass flies into the store.

After the crash, a small crowd stood outside of the yellow police tape that surrounded the parking lot to watch workers get the car out of the store.

Police tell FOX 29 the driver accidentally accelerated, causing the car to crash through the store. Police say the driver is not facing any charges.

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