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Smothered and covered: Customer crashes vehicle into North Georgia Waffle House

(Source: Steve Keling) (Source: Steve Keling)
(Source: Steve Keling) (Source: Steve Keling)

BREMEN, GA (WTVM) – One person took Waffle House's phrase of “scattered, smothered, and covered” to a whole new level Tuesday.

A customer accidentally drove into the Waffle House in Bremen, Georgia, west of Atlanta.

The crash left a big hole in the restaurant, leaving behind a big mess of damage.

We do not yet know if any injuries were reported in the crash.

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