A local pita restaurant reopened finally after a pick-up truck crashed into the storefront months ago. The car crash obliterated nearly the entire restaurant and left its owners no choice but to shutter the business until repairs could be made.The initial accident occurred back in the middle of September when a Chevy Silverado, behind pursued by several police cars, lost control and crashed through the front of the Pita Pit. The restaurant was located on 10th Avenue South in Great Falls.“It was a disaster,” said Jim Talley, Pita Pit’s owner, “but there is good things to come out of it. Now, it’s a brand new store. Everything in here is new. The ceilings all had to be re-done, the walls, the floors, along with all the equipment, tables and chairs and stuff. So, that’s the positive side, we have a nice new store for people to enjoy.”The man responsible for the crash, Allen David Roberts, was being chased by police after committing multiple thefts all throughout Montana. Even the white pickup truck was reported stolen from nearby Moccasin. A police officer attempted to pull Roberts over shortly before the accident, but the Chevy Silverado quickly sped away, reaching 85 mph at one point. Roberts eventually hit a Toyota Tacoma not far from 23rd street, lost control, and drove directly into entrance of the Pita Pit.Roberts and his passenger then attempted to flee the scene. Roberts escaped but his passenger was quickly apprehended by police. Roberts was captured days later. Roberts was eventually charged with multiple felonies for criminal endangerment and theft, and a host of misdemeanors. His bond was set at $75,000.The Pita Pit is back to its normal hours and most of the original staff has returned to work.If you’ve been injured in a car accident through no fault of your own you will need an Advocate to help you through the aftermath. Our attorneys have helped accident victims just like you recover what they are owed according to the law. The Montana Advocates know best how to make your life whole again. You can either call our office at (406) 272-6986 or chat online right now with a live attorney from our homepage. Don’t wait. Contact us today. You deserve an Advocate!
About Anthony Johnson
Anthony Johnson is a copywriter for the Advocates. He has a Master of Fine Arts from the University of Washington and writes short stories in his free time. His hobbies include running, hiking, and reading.