Porsche hits Richmond Thai House restaurant

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A Porsche SUV was pulled out of a Thai restaurant in Richmond on Wednesday afternoon with no noodles on it, eyewitnesses said. Fortunately, an employee of the Thai House restaurant said that no one from the restaurant was injured in the accident.

A Porsche SUV was pulled out of a Thai restaurant in Richmond on Wednesday afternoon with no noodles on it, eyewitnesses said.

Fortunately, an employee of the Thai House restaurant said that no one from the restaurant was injured in the accident.

Richmond RCMP and the Richmond Fire Department attended the scene while the News was on scene. Police later confirmed the accident was due to “driving error” and the driver, a woman in her 60s, was fined as a result.

Employees at the nearby Tong Ren Tang traditional Chinese medicine store said they were surprised to hear the noise of the accident around 2 p.m.

The vehicle jumped over a sidewalk and smashed into a balcony door, heading head-on into the restaurant lobby.

A witness said she was surprised to see that the vehicle had virtually no significant markings.

With an increased social media presence, it has often been reported that Richmond drivers have been driving through commercial storefronts.

In 2013, this driver crashed into a 7-11 at No.3 and Blundell

In 2015, a driver hit a Rietman’s at Ironwood Plaza

In 2016, a Chinese cafe was damaged by this Toyota

Also in 2016, a vehicle was launched at a pet food store


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