If guns are to blame when someone is shot, then are cars to blame when someone drives through a crowd of people and into a building? Asking for a friend.
After a spicy parking lot argument outside of a Maryland Taco Bell, a motorist plowed through a crowd of people with their car and then crashed through the glass door into the restaurant.
But wait, there’s more! It was caught on video! In the footage below, you can see a group of people shouting at each other in front of TB around 10@0 p.m. on Wednesday. Then, the driver puts the pedal to the metal and hit at least two people before smashing into the building.
This video appears to show an incident at a Taco Bell in Waldorf, Md lay night. According to police sources 2 women in a car became involved in a dispute with employees. That led to this incident at the front of the store. 2 arrested. No serious injuries. @ABC7News https://t.co/nuvBqzlZdE
— Brad Bell (@ABC7Brad) April 1, 2021
A man in the video can be heard yelling “Blow that b-tch up!” just before the glass shatters.
New York Post reports:
Two women in the car had allegedly just picked a fight with a worker in the drive-thru window and assaulted her before jumping back in the car, according to the thebaynet.com
A motorist then drove to the front of the restaurant, where an argument broke out between folks in the car and employees of the restaurant, according to the local outlet.
Two people were treated at the scene by paramedics and one person was taken to a hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
Police were still searching for the driver on Thursday.
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