Chrystal Vantta
A car driven by an older man who apparently lost control of the vehicle, jumped the curb and smashed the northeastern door and window of the McDonald's restaurant at Westwood Village Nov. 10. One person suffered some minor injuries

Car smashes in door and window at Westwood Village

A Honda driven by an older man jumped the curb and smashed into the northeast door and window of the McDonald's restaurant at Westwood Village Saturday Nov. 10. According to witnesses the driver apparently lost control of the vehicle which came over the curb and impacted the restaurant.

Chris Kallin posted on Facebook and said that, "I happened upon the scene seconds after it occurred. Everyone was more or less okay, with a couple particularly shaken, including the old man who had the accident. I feel very badly for him. You could tell he was in shock thinking about what could have happened and the reality that his independence may have come to an end. He looked broken, sitting there win his WWII vet hat. I was among several that consoled him in his grief.

Could not believe the A-holes visibly annoyed that the commotion was impeding them from the drive-thru. One guy in particular was ballistic in his pick-up. Who freakin; like McD's that much anyway. Unreal."

One person inside the restaurant suffered some minor injuries and he was treated at the scene.

The West Seattle Herald sought comment from the manager on the scene but she declined to say anything about the incident.

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