Runaway Pickup Crashes into West Hollywood Barbershop
Unbelievable Footage Captures Runaway Pickup Colliding with Trendsetters Barber Shop
Unbelievable footage has emerged of a pickup truck crashing into Trendsetters Barber Shop in West Hollywood. The dramatic scene unfolded when the pickup, with no one inside, rolled out of a nearby gas station and careened across traffic lanes before colliding with the storefront. While the crash caused significant damage to the barbershop, thankfully, no one was injured in the incident.
Close Call for Employee and Customer Inside
As the pickup truck smashed into the barbershop, an employee and a customer were inside. The impact shattered the storefront window and knocked over a large vending machine, causing chaos inside the shop. However, in a miraculous turn of events, the quick-thinking employee managed to spin the customer’s chair out of harm’s way just as the vending machine narrowly missed them. It was a hair-raising moment captured on camera, and the footage has since gone viral on social media.
The barbershop remains closed for repairs, but a post on their Instagram page assures the community that they will come back stronger than ever. “Thankfully no one was hurt. Minor setback but we’ll have a MAJOR comeback,” the post reads, demonstrating the resilience and positivity of the business owners in the face of adversity.
Questions Surrounding the Incident
Following the incident, questions have arisen about how the pickup truck managed to roll out of the gas station and into the barbershop. It is not immediately clear whether the truck was left in neutral or if there was a mechanical malfunction that caused it to move. Authorities are investigating the circumstances surrounding the crash to determine the cause and prevent similar incidents from occurring in the future.
As the community rallies around Trendsetters Barber Shop during this challenging time, the barbershop owners are grateful for the outpouring of support and are eager to reopen their doors to serve their loyal customers once again.