Popular bakery reopens 2 months after car drives through front window

A popular Bergen County bakery has reopened just two months after a car drove through the front of the shop, pinning the owner behind the counter.
Zadies Bakery owner Adam Steinberg was not seriously hurt when a customer drove through the front window back in July. Officials say that the driver accidentally hit the gas pedal instead of the brake.
“Pretty much destroyed the whole store,” says owner Ann Steinberg.
After about two months of rebuilding and renovations, the Fair Lawn bakery is back in business and ready to serve its customers – customers who are happy to have their favorite treats once again.
“It’s taking me home to growing up and the kinds of treats we used to get,” says Stanley Green, of Hawthorne.
“I’m one of those people who, when they open for Rosh Hashana at 6 a.m., I’m waiting in front,” says David Spielman of Teaneck.
The Steinbergs say that they want to thank all of their customers who supported them during this time.
The store will have an official grand reopening on Sunday.