Driver cited for damaging food establishment
A male driver from Lake Charles was given a citation after crashing his car into a local restaurant.
According to Lake Charles Police, 19-year-old Tyren Williams caused an accident at the intersection of Legion Street and La. 14, damaging local restaurant, Leonard’s Food Quarters. Though Williams stated to authorities that the traffic light was green and that his brakes allegedly failed to work, footage from a surveillance camera revealed that he was driving at an excessive speed and ran a red light before crashing into the building. No one was reportedly hurt in the accident, but the restaurant sustained damages. Authorities later cited Williams for not having a driver’s license and for reckless driving.
Fortunately, no one was injured in this recent accident. However, if you believe that you have been injured in a car accident caused by a reckless driver in Lake Charles, lawyer N. Craig Richardson may work on your behalf to pursue damage claims. Find out how he may possibly help you recover your loss today by calling (337) 381-5349.