Chicken and beer are a popular combination for dinner. Having a full-sized beer truck come crashing through a restaurant while you're enjoying your chicken is generally not how you want to combine the two.

However, police say this happened when a beer truck slammed into a Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen restaurant while customers were inside.

Police Say Beer Truck and Sedan Hit Popeyes Restaurant 

ABC says that a semi-truck carrying Coors Light crashed into a Popeyes in East Williamsburg.

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Offcials say the crash happened in the evening, leaving an unknown number of people with minor injuries, though no one was killed. CBS says that the truck actually t-boned a sedan before hitting the Popeyes, then causing both vehicles to crash into the structure.

The crash caused extensive damage to the fast food restaurant, though ABC reports the building is still stable. ABC says that the 60-year-old truck driver was taken to the hospital with minor injuries.

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Dutchess County Business Damaged After Crash 

You may remember this story from early 2023, involving a vehicle going through a structure.

Chelsea Fire Company said on its Facebook page that a vehicle crashed through the front of Fresenius Kidney Care on Route 9D back in February 2023. Firefighters said there was one person in the vehicle at the time of the crash. Crews were able to successfully remove the occupant from the vehicle and have them evaluated by EMS, according to the post.

Chelsea Fire Company said that crews found no structural damage to the building, which houses several businesses in the shopping strip.

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