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Moncks Corner Huddle House To Celebrate Grand Re-Opening After Semi Crashed Into It

Pictured: Huddle House in Moncks Corner

MONCKS CORNER, S.C.–Nine months after a tractor trailer crashed into the Moncks Corner Huddle House and shut it down, the popular restaurant is getting ready to celebrate it’s grand re-opening.

Huddle House is inviting the community to join in on the September 30th festivities. On Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., the restaurant is offering Golden Waffles for 50 cents and hosting a live remote radio station in addition to other giveaways and raffles throughout the day.

Three grand prize winners can also score free meals for a year.

Pictured: Huddle House in Moncks Conrer (Brodie Hart/Twitter)

On January 30, 2017, at about 1:37  a.m. a semi-truck ran into the Huddle House restaurant, forcing the restaurant to close its doors for more than half a year.

Officers with the Moncks Corner Police Department determined the semi-truck was traveling too fast for conditions. The driver, 57-year-old Arthur Hacker, was transported to Trident Hospital in North Charleston with non-life threatening injuries. He was charged with careless operation.

Fortunately, no one inside the restaurant was injured.

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