INDIANAPOLIS — One person was injured and a downtown Indianapolis restaurant was damaged after a two car crash early Monday morning.
The crash happened around 4 a.m. at the intersection of Illinois and New York Streets near Le Peep Downtown Indy. Police on scene told WRTV one driver likely ran a red light before the crash.
Le Peep management told WRTV Tuesday it will be 2-3 weeks or longer before they expect to reopen. They're waiting on their landlord for more information, but the vehicles damaged the window frames. Broken glass was seen on the sidewalk after the crash.
A notice posted on the restaurant says it will be closed for a couple of weeks because of the damages. Le Peep tells WRTV its downtown location is normally closed on Mondays.
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