ROSENBURG, TX- On Labor Day, an SUV crashed into a Denny’s restaurant. This shocking collision had devastating results, ultimately leaving 23 people injured. The accident occurred around 11:20 a.m. on Monday when the vehicle rammed into the southern wall of the establishment.
The Rosenberg Police Department reported that the victims’ ages ranged from 12 to 60 years old. The injuries varied in severity, from minor cuts to more serious wounds. Fortunately, none of the injuries that the victims suffered from were deemed life-threatening. The police chief, Jonathan White, confirmed that all of the injured individuals were conscious when they were transported to local hospitals.
The vehicle involved in the incident was a maroon Jeep SUV. The male driver, approximately 30 years old, was unharmed by the collision with the building. First responders were able to pull the wreckage of the car out of the building that it came in contact with. Because the investigation is still ongoing, no criminal charges have been filed against the driver as of yet. However, the police have not ruled out the possibility of charges being filed in the future, depending on the outcome of the investigation.
Rosenberg, located west of Houston, is a city with a population of approximately 38,000. The Denny’s restaurant location a popular dining spot for locals and travelers alike, was bustling with customers enjoying their Labor Day holiday when the accident occurred.