Saturday, August 15, 2015
Man Breaks Window at STARBUCK'S - Lady Could Lose a Finger. Armor Glass Would Have Protected Them
This week in Houston a homeless man was outside a Starbucks, became agitated and hit the window with his fist, breaking the glass.
Then he jumped into the window and landed on the table of two ladies having coffee.
They were taken to the hospital – one is reported to be in danger of losing a finger in the incident.
Again, this shows how Armor Glass would have prevented those injuries and costs. With our protective film and frame bonding the man would not have penetrated the glass. The customers inside would have been spared the glass injuries.
Our film prevented injuries from a similar incident at another major chain, saving them thousands in legal and medical costs.
Here is the link to the TV story on it:
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