Ceiling Collapses at 24-Hour Diner

Wednesday, Sep 4, 2013  |  Updated 5:30 AM EDT
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Baker's Diner in Dillsburg, Pa.

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A popular Pennsylvania diner is damaged after part of the ceiling collapsed.

Baker's Diner co-owner Bill Hronis said the collapse happened around 3 a.m. Tuesday at the 24-hour restaurant on U.S. Highway 15 in Carroll Township, York County.

Emergency responders say an employee and a customer were inside the Dillsburg, Pa. diner but neither person was hurt.

Hronis said the ceiling was installed in 2006. The cause of the drywall collapse was not immediately known.

Contractors, engineers, electricians and restaurant employees spent Tuesday cleaning and repairing the damaged ceiling.

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The co-owner says he hopes to reopen the diner as soon as possible. The hope to reopen soon was echoed onthe diner’s Facebook page: “Looking forward to serving you again shortly!”

 


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