Vehicle Plows into Houston Denny’s, Injuring Dozens, Driver Unharmed


On Monday, a vehicle abruptly barreled into the wall of a Denny’s restaurant in the Houston area, effectively injuring nearly two dozen people, as reported by local Texas law enforcement.

The distress calls began pouring in at around 11:22 a.m. Central Time concerning the vehicle that had crashed into the southern wall of the diner located in Rosenberg, Texas, just about 35 miles southwest of Houston.

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According to official police communication, all victims were conscious when subsequently taken to surrounding hospitals for medical treatment. The extent of injuries sustained varied vastly, from minor cuts and scrapes to more severe injuries, though thankfully none were reported to be life-threatening. Victims’ ages varied significantly as well, ranging from as young as 12 to 60 years old.

Subsequently released footage of the aftermath reveals a gaping chasm in the side of the restaurant, a crushed SUV still lodged within it. Law enforcement tapes cordoned off the damage, with personnel present at the scene.

Interestingly, the 30-year-old driver at the wheel of the offending vehicle emerged unscathed from the accident. The question of what caused the violent crash remains unanswered and is currently under thorough investigation. Law enforcement authorities have urged local drivers to steer clear of the area to expect potential delays due to the ongoing probe.

As for Denny’s, officials from the restaurant chain have chosen not to release a comment regarding the incident as of now.