Concrete picnic tables were tossed around at Burger King on 200th Street on Tuesday morning. (Matthew Claxton/Langley Advance)

Car jumps curb at Langley Burger King

A vehicle clipped the corner of the building and hit some picnic tables.

No one was injured when a car jumped the curb and clipped a Langley City Burger King on Tuesday morning.

It’s uncertain what caused the crash, but a small grey SUV apparently jumped out of a parking spot and onto a concrete patio, where it slammed into some cement picnic tables.

A witness said there were two people in the car when it jumped the curb. No other vehicles were involved.

Langley City Fire Rescue officials confirmed no one was injured.

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