Stamford cafe reopens after car plowed through storefront

A cafe in Stamford reopened its doors today, just days after a car barreled into the front of it.

Ten people were injured when a car plowed into Cafe Oo La La last Monday.

Among the injured were the 92-year-old driver of the car and a baby, who suffered a concussion, police say. Some of the victims showed up today for the cafe's reopening.Police: Driver in Stamford cafe crash could face charges10 injured after car slams into Stamford restaurant

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