PCPD respond to accident at Hunt’s Oyster Bar

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PANAMA CITY, Fla. (WMBB) — The Panama City Police Department and Fire Department responded to an accident at Hunt’s Oyster Bar in St. Andrews Monday evening, where workers say a car ran through their cooler storage in the back of the restaurant.

Hunt’s employees say a black Cadillac broke through the walls of their freezer unit.

Workers say police on scene say the man driving the car may have had a medical episode. No one else was hurt.

Hunt’s Oyster Bar Owner Randy Hunt says the restaurant is operating as normal and only a few products were damaged. They’re storing some products at Gandy’s Seafood as they work to get a new cooler.

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