Motor vehicle accidents happen all the time. Many luckily, don’t result in serious injury and usually involve two vehicles in an accidental or reckless maneuver.

One accident happened late this afternoon in Hamburg that is something we rarely see; a car crashing into a building. Luckily, nobody was hurt.

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According to Southtowns Scanner, a vehicle crashed into Tony’s Bayview Drive-In along Route 5 in Hamburg.

Both occupants in the vehicle refused treatment at a hospital and it's a relief that nobody was seriously hurt here.

The building is being inspected and it's unclear when Tony's will be able to reopen and exactly how bad the damage is.

It's always scary when these rare kinds of accidents take place. Sometimes parking spots are very close to a storefront, which is how the lot is in front of Tony's Drive-In.

We will update this story when more information about Tony's reopening is known.

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