Stunning New Video Shows South Jersey Teacher Crashing Into Pizza Shop
New video has surfaced of a fifth grade teacher crashing through a pizza shop in South Jersey.
The incident at Flying Crust Pizza in Pennsauken happened in early May, when 34-year-old Kimberly Killion, drove straight into the restaurant. You can see her approaching the store with no attempt at all to slow down. Killion doesn't seem to understand what just happened.
Killion is a school teacher and the daughter of Pennsauken's Mayor Jack Killion.
Kimberly Killion may have been intoxicated at the time. Her blood alcohol level was above the legal limit, 6abc.com reports.
New surveillance video of the accident shows concerned witnesses asking Killion if she had been taking medication. She then gets back into the car and tried to put out of the store.
Flying Crust's owner Garis Eddington was sitting by a window near the front of the restaurant when Killon's vehicle came crashing through. According to his attorney Eddington's injuries may be more severe than initially thought.
Killion was charged with DUI, reckless driving and third-degree assault by auto.
The crash unfortunately gives new meaning to the restaurant's name where, ya know, the pizza crust probably went flying.
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