A SUBWAY RESTAURANT. WLWT NEWS 5’S MEGAN MITCHELL HAS
THE NEW VIDEO OF THAT MOMENT. MEGAN: NEW VIDEO SHOWS THE
MOMENT WINDOWS WERE BLOWN OUT AT
A SUBWAY DURING A STORM LAST
WEEK. IN IT. YOU CAN SEE THE LIGHTS BEGIN
FLICKERING AND THE DOOR START TO
FLY OPEN. THEN, THE TWO FRONT WINDOWS BLEW
IN.>>THAT’S WHEN I WAS INFORMED,
THE WINDOW HAD BLOWN OUT DUE TO
THE STORM WHICH WAS JUST A FEW
MILES FROM WHERE WE LIVE AND THE
FIRST QUESTION OUT OF MY MOUTH
WAS SAFETY. OUR GUESTS, OUR EMPLOYEES, WAS
EVERYONE SAFE. MEGAN: FORTUNATELY, ALL THE
GUESTS HAD LEFT MINUTES EARLIER
AFTER LEARNING OF THE STORM AND
EMPLOYEES WENT INTO THE BACK
ROOM FOR SAFETY. IN THE SURVIELLENCE VIDEO, YOU
CAN SEE THE MOMENT AGAIN, BUT
THIS TIME FROM THE BACK ROOM,
WHERE EMPLOYEES JUMP AFTER
SEEING GLASS FLYING TOWARD THEM,
AS THEY HUDDLE TO KEEP EACH OTHER SAFE.>>IT’S AMAZING. JUST AMAZING NO ONE WAS INJURED
BECAUSE THE GLASS WAS
EVERYWHERE. WE FOUND GLASS 50-60 FEET AWAY
FROM THE WINDOW. WE WERE AFRAID OUR FOOD WAS
CONTAMINATED WITH SHARDS OF
GLASS SO EVERYTHING HAD TO BE
THROWN AWAY. MEGAN: THE SUBWAY LOST POWER
JUST MOMENTS AFTER THE IMPACT,
AND WORKERS SPENT THE NEXT DAY
CLEANING UP AND BOARDING UP THE
WINDOW
THEY EXPECT THEIR NEW WINDOWS TO BE INSTALLED NEXT THURSDAY, BUT
IN THE MEANTIME, THE RESTAURANT
IS OPEN AND THE WORKERS ARE JUST
HAPPY EVERYONE IS SAFE. IN ANDERSON TOWNSHIP MEGAN
MITCHELL WLWT NEWS