Car smashes through Denny’s injuring 23 people

HOUSTON, TX – On Monday, a vehicle barreled into a Denny’s restaurant in Rosenberg, Texas, resulting in injuries to nearly two dozen individuals. The incident, which occurred around 11:22 a.m. CT, saw the vehicle smash into the restaurant’s southern wall. Rosenberg is situated roughly 35 miles southwest of Houston.

According to the Rosenberg Police Department, all injured individuals were conscious at the time of their transportation to local hospitals. The injuries sustained ranged from minor cuts to more severe wounds, but none were considered life-threatening. The victims spanned a wide age range, from 12 to 60 years old.

KHOU, a local news station, provided footage of the scene, showing a gaping hole in the side of the restaurant and the wrecked SUV still inside. The area was cordoned off with police tape as authorities conducted their investigation.

The driver of the vehicle, a 30-year-old, was unharmed in the incident. The investigation into the cause of the crash is still ongoing. Police have advised drivers to avoid the area due to expected traffic delays.

Denny’s, the restaurant chain where the incident took place, has not yet issued a comment on the incident.