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Car destroys Toronto restaurant after smashing into front window

King Street has reopened to drivers after an incident this morning that involved a car smashing into the storefront of Sizzler Kabab. 

A car collided into the halal retaurant at the corner of King and Tecumseth before 6:30 a.m., completely destroying the window and the kitchen area at the front of the store. 

According to Toronto Police, the collision involved two vehicles, with non-life threatening injuries sustained. 

The road was closed from Bathurst until Tecumseth for most of the morning, re-opening around 11 a.m. A black car was towed from the scene shortly after.

Lead photo by

James Aita


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