Two Injured After SUV Crashes into Fairfield Pizza Parlor

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Two people were hurt Monday morning when an SUV crashed into a pizza parlor in Fairfield.

Fairfield police officers and firefighters responded and found a maroon SUV inside the pizza parlor on North Texas Street near East Pacific Avenue just before noon.

The SUV severed the restaurant's gas line to the pizza oven during the crash. As a result, neighboring businesses were evacuated.

The driver of the SUV, a 51-year-old Fairfield resident, was able to get out of the car and walk out of the building on his own. He was transported to a local trauma center.

PG&E was able to shut off the gas to the building, which sustained major damage.

Police say the SUV was traveling south on North Texas Street when it turned right on Pacific Avenue and hit four other vehicles before crashing into the pizza parlor.

The driver of one of the other vehicles was transported to a hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

The cause of the crash is under investigation.

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