Bronx business owners look to rebuild after SUV crashes into stores

Two Bronx business owners spent Tuesday cleaning up after an SUV came crashing through their storefronts in Spuyten Duyvil a day earlier.



The crash happened Monday around 3:05 p.m. at the intersection of Kappock Street and Netherland Avenue.



Four people were inside the SUV, according to the driver's girlfriend. 



Witnesses say the SUV ran out of control and slammed into the two businesses. 



The pizzeria owner says it will probably be a couple of months until the store can reopen. 



The salon, which has been operating for 10 years, did not provide as clear a picture of when clients and employees could return to business as usual.



"We are going to figure out everything, and everybody [will] get through this," the owner says.


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