HUNTINGTON BEACH (CBSLA) — A Jack in the Box in Huntington Beach has another option for a drive-thru Friday after a police pursuit ended with the suspect’s car in the restaurant’s dining room.

The crash into the restaurant happened just before 11 p.m. Thursday, following a brief car chase that started when officers tried to pull the Honda Civic over for a traffic violation.

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The Civic apparently lost control while trying to turn onto Beach Boulevard and crashed into the restaurant. While it is a 24-hour location, no customers were inside the Jack in the Box dining room at the time and no employees were hurt.

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The driver, however, was treated for minor scratches and bruises.

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The car was extracted from the dining room by a tow truck, and the restaurant is now closed.