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Crash forces Plymouth restaurant to pause outdoor dining


PLYMOUTH – A Plymouth restaurant was forced to pause outdoor dining after a vehicle hit the temporary concrete wall separating the street tables from traffic.

The Artisan Pig, across the street from the Pilgrim Hall Museum at 66 Court St., typically opens to customers just before noon on weekends for take-out or dine-in.

“On behalf of this idiot, we will not have outdoor dining (Sunday),” the restaurant wrote on its Facebook page.

Surveillance video posted to their page shows a pickup truck slamming into the patio of The Artisan Pig early Saturday morning, sending outdoor tables and chairs flying.

“Glad we were closed and didn’t have anyone sitting there,” the restaurant wrote on its Facebook page. “They were arrested before we even had a chance to call in the morning.”

Plymouth police would not comment about the crash or the investigation.



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