May 28, 2012 at 6:23 am
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - A car came crashing through the front entrance of a popular Minneapolis rib restaurant after a traffic accident at its intersection, but the restaurant stayed open.
The Star Tribune reports that no one was seriously hurt in the Sunday crash around lunchtime. Rudolph's, a longtime presence at the corner of Franklin and Lyndale, kept customers coming in through a side door.
The restaurant's general manager says a woman and her children were in the car that crashed into the building. He says they were taken to the hospital but didn't appear seriously hurt. The passengers in the other car refused medical treatment.
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