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Ringing the Bell

Vienna firefighters survey the damage after a 2019 Cadillac CT6 struck the side of the Taco Bell on Grand Central Avenue on Thursday afternoon. The driver, 89-year-old Tommy Logston of Belpre, said he was attempting to park when his foot got stuck on the accelerator, Vienna Police Ptl. A.S. McFee said. Neither Logston, his passenger nor anyone in the building was injured in the accident. Vienna Fire Chief Steve Scholl said the restaurant closed for repairs after the crash. No citation was issued. (Photo by Evan Bevins)
Vienna firefighters remove a window from the damaged portion of the Taco Bell on Grand Central Avenue after a motorist accidentally struck the side of the building Thursday afternoon. Vienna Fire Chief Steve Scholl said the department used a stabilizing jack to shore up the structure until repairs could be made. (Photo by Evan Bevins)
A 2019 Cadillac CT6 driven by Tommy Logston, 89, of Belpre, struck the Taco Bell on Grand Central Avenue in Vienna on Thursday after the driver said his foot got stuck on the accelerator while he was trying to park. No one was injured in the crash, and no citation was issued. (Photo by Evan Bevins)

VIENNA — Vienna firefighters survey the damage after a 2019 Cadillac CT6 struck the side of the Taco Bell on Grand Central Avenue on Thursday afternoon. The driver, 89-year-old Tommy Logston of Belpre, said he was attempting to park when his foot got stuck on the accelerator, Vienna Police Ptl. A.S. McFee said. Neither Logston, his passenger nor anyone in the building was injured in the accident. Vienna Fire Chief Steve Scholl said the restaurant closed for repairs after the crash. No citation was issued. (Photo by Evan Bevins)

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