Stratford Boston Market back in business after crash
STRATFORD — Boston Market on Barnum Avenue re-opened Sunday morning after a car crashed through one of the restaurant’s walls on Saturday afternoon.
Stratford officials said a Ford Taurus crashed into the building at about 11:30 a.m., narrowly missing some of the store’s employees, according to News 12 Connecticut.
Two other vehicle’s were believed to be involved in the crash, officials said, with a second vehicle striking a nearby retaining wall. It is reportedly believed one of the vehicles lost control while traveling west on Barnum Avenue, which triggered the wreck.
It is unknown if anyone was injured.
Hearst Media CT has reached out to Stratford Police and Boston Market for more information, but has not received a response.