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SANTA ROSA, CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 20: Colleen's Coffee Shop owner Colleen Falconer (L) waits for customers in her darkened restaurant during a Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) public safety power shutoff on November 20, 2019 in Santa Rosa, California. PG&E has cut power to over 450,000 residents throughout Northern California as extremely windy and dry conditions are increasing the risk of catastrophic wildfires. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

A coffee shop in Cleveland is either in a bad place or experiencing bad luck after being hit by a car for the second time in less than a year. The front window and wall were partly smashed after a car rammed into the shop, no injuries were reported.

 

Cleveland coffee shop hit by a car for the second time in less than a year

CLEVELAND (WJW) - A Cleveland coffee shop was hit by a car for the second time, causing the business to close for the day. Cleveland fire truck hit by car while responding to accident Six Shooter Coffee, which is currently located at 15613 Waterloo Road, shared photos today on Facebook of its partly-smashed front wall and front window.