Four people are critically injured after a 79-year-old woman crashed her car into a Westchester restaurant on Sunday night. Police have charged Roseanne Cassano of Yonkers with driving while intoxicated, injuring a total of nine people at Enzo’s in Mamaroneck, ABC 7 reports.
Surveillance video, below, shows that around 7:45 p.m., Cassano reversed her red sedan, clipping a white minivan before continuing around into the restaurant. The names of the injured have not yet been released.
Enzo’s is an Italian stalwart in the town, around for more than 35 years and serving fare from all over Italy, like Florentine steak and pasta e fagioli, as well as Italian-American classics. Luciano Savone, an Italy native, started out as the restaurant’s chef and became the owner in 1997. The front of the restaurant is now covered in plywood.
Cassano has been released on bail and is due in court Thursday.
Surveillance video: First the driver clips this white car then ends up backing into Enzo’s, a popular restaurant in Mamaroneck. 3 left critically injured. Police investigating @Abc7ny @joetorresABC7 @SandraBookman7 @JoshHartmann pic.twitter.com/3oUej8ZqSv— Lucy Yang (@LucyYang7) May 7, 2018