Jun 14, 2015 8:43 AM
NASHUA - Norton's Classic Cafe reopened for business on Sunday, a day after a van smashed into the front window sending four people to the hospital.
The cafe window has yet to be replaced, but the business was still serving customers.
Kevin O'Meara, a regular customer, saw the damage early Saturday morning when an accident involving a second vehicle sent the van into the front of the Main Street building, injuring people in both vehicles.
"The front wheels were almost inside. There's a small brick portion that was all caved in. The window was totally gone, and now it's just boarded up," he said.
Only two employees were in the building at that time and neither was injured.
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