Little Canada bar reopens after dramatic crash

Gordie’s Place in Little Canada is back in business nearly four weeks after a pickup truck plowed into the bar. Authorities say the driver of the truck suffered a diabetic reaction while behind the wheel. Surveillance video captured the dramatic scene.
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Gordie’s Place in Little Canada is back in business nearly four weeks after a pickup truck plowed into the bar, WCCO reports. Authorities say the driver of the truck suffered a diabetic reaction while behind the wheel.

Surveillance video captured the dramatic scene.

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