Fast Food Fail: Car Crash Creates New Drive Thru in PA Burger King

Several people were injured in a Pennsylvania car accident on Monday afternoon when a vehicle, driven by an elderly man, plowed through the wall of a Burger King.

On July 25, 2011, witnesses saw an elderly man get into his sedan across the street from the Burger King at 8th and Market. As he was driving out of the parking lot, he lost control of his vehicle and crashed into the front of the busy Center City Burger King.

The crash injured six people inside the restaurant – one critically. The other injured patrons, as well as the driver of the vehicle, sustained non-life threatening injuries. Thankfully, no one was fatally injured in the accident.

The driver of the vehicle is not expected to face charges as investigators do not believe there was any criminal intent behind the crash.

The Bucks County injury lawyers at Cordisco & Saile are relieved to hear that no one sustained fatal injuries in this accident. We wish everyone involved a quick and full recovery.