GALLERY: Out of control Ford Fiesta ploughs into front of popular March Indian restaurant

11:51 08 March 2015

Fiesta crashes into Shah Jahan, March

Fiesta crashes into Shah Jahan, March

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A car has crashed into the front of one of the most popular Indian restaurants in March.

Fiesta crashes into Shah Jahan, MarchFiesta crashes into Shah Jahan, March

The Ford Fiesta hit the front of the Shah Jahan in Dartford Road earlier today causing extensive damage to the building.

One eye witness said: “A couple of young lads legged it. I’m baffled how you can crash there of all places.”

Support for the restaurant owners has begun coming in through a local Facebook community group from many regular customers.

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