SUV Slams into Doughnut Shop

WILKES-BARRE TOWNSHIP, Pa. -- An SUV slammed into a doughnut shop in Luzerne County.

The crash happened just after 5 p.m. Sunday at the Curry Donuts along Wilkes-Barre Township Boulevard (Business Route 309) in Wilkes-Barre Township.

Officials say a man and woman in that SUV were taken by ambulance to be checked out.

Police believe the driver may have suffered a medical condition.

No one inside the store was hurt.

Code enforcement was called to check out the building. Officials said the store will likely have to stay closed for a few days.

4 comments

  • catman5308@yahoo.com

    car crashes into donut shop, and 65 cops responded, (after all, a donut shop involved)

  • Matt Matt

    I always wonder how there are so many people out there driving with medical conditions that leave them likely to slam their vehicles into buildings. I understand driving is important around here but so are other people’s lives.

    • Heather Inman-Howe

      You realize a medical condition could have been a heart attack? No planning for that. I’m a type 1 diabetic and 99% of the time i’m perfectly healthy. So should I stop driving on the off chance I might have a diabetic emergency ? BTW in the 26 years since my diagnoses I’ve had 1 issue.

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