NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — A driver crashed into the front of an East Nashville donut shop early Friday early morning.
The crash took place about 3:30 a.m. at East Park Donuts and Coffee on Primary Avenue.
No a single was injured in the crash, which includes the driver of the sedan, who veered into the glass doorways of the store, according to owner Ken Woodard.
Woodard explained a pastry chef arriving early Friday early morning discovered the harm and identified as him to allow him know the crash happened.
He rushed to the store and reviewed protection footage of the crash.
“My initial response was after studying no one was damage, was ‘well, we have received another mess to clean up.”
Metro police noted the driver, 29-year-old Sarah Flowers, was billed with driving under the influence.
Flowers reportedly informed responding officers he had several IPA beers prior to the crash. She was specified a breathalyzer take a look at, which Metro police mentioned she registered .218 BAC, additional than twice the lawful limit.
Crews are performing difficult to swap the front of the retailer so it can reopen on Saturday.
As for approaches you can help, Woodard prompt leaving a suggestion for the workers.
“When you do come in, just idea our folks nicely as they have skipped a working day of function.”