A Driver Began Choking on Food While Driving & Crashed into Multiple Maine Businesses Tuesday
According to WGME 13, a driver began choking on some food while driving in Gray on Tuesday afternoon.
The Cumberland County Sheriff's Office provided photos to the network that shows a red GMC Terrain parked on the sidewalk on Main Street in Gray.
Officials say the driver, 58-year-old, began choking and subsequently went off the road, hitting multiple businesses.
The vehicle made contact with Goody's Pizzeria and The Atlantic Real Estate Network causing 'minor cosmetic and structural damage', WGME reports.
Fortunately, no injuries were reported following the crash, though the driver had still not been identified as of Wednesday morning.
Goody's Pizzeria posted on Facebook after the crash that they did intend to reopen the eatery on Wednesday pending no other complications or damages were discovered.
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