The driver walked away before the police got there. “I was just trying to see if he was okay,” said Worthy. “I think that’s a crappy thing for a human being to do,” said Worthy.
The driver of the red Ford Expedition plowed right through her building. Luckily the crash happened on Monday night when the Boom Boom Room is closed. Usually, customers can be found taking pictures in the room the SUV destroyed. A dumpster the vehicle hit flew towards them from the impact. It happened minutes after she locked up for the night.
The driver of the car somehow made it out of the crash. Worthy and her sister rushed to him when they saw what happened. In the surveillance video of the crash on 17th Street and McDowell, you can hear the crash as Rashida Worthy, the owner of the Boom Boom Room, and her sister run away from the SUV.
Police say they still haven’t arrested anyone. The Boom Boom Room is reopening this Friday. “We’re on day eight of being close. You’re losing thousands of dollars each day you’re closed,” said Worthy.
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