It wasn’t supposed to be a drive-through.
A woman drove her sedan into the front of a Long Island restaurant on Sunday morning when she accidentally pressed the gas instead of the brakes, police said.
The 66-year-old female driver was heading east on Herzel Boulevard in her Mercury Grand Marquis around 11:30 a.m. when she mistook the gas for the brakes. The woman hit another vehicle near Little East Neck Road before driving straight into the front of Giovanni’s Pizza, a Suffolk County Police Department spokeswoman said.
Photos from the scene of the crash show almost all of the light blue sedan inside the West Babylon restaurant, underneath an awning bearing the pizzeria’s name and the words “Parking in Rear.”
A restaurant employee was taken to a local hospital after the Marquis drove over her foot in the midst of the mayhem. Two other occupants were taken to the hospital for evaluation. Neither driver was injured, police said.
No arrests have been made and the driver who crashed into the eatery is not expected to be charged.
Giovanni’s Pizza did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
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