Truck floats into Lucky’s Pub during Hurricane Harvey

The extra damage caused to the building by the tractor-trailer is unclear at this time.

On Sunday morning a tractor-trailer reached the front of Lucky’s Pub after floating along in the roadway in Houston, Texas.

The deep flooding from Hurricane Harvey covered any prior evidence of a roadway, parking lot, or restaurant front.

This is an image of the building before the hurricane reached it:

Pub owner, Travis Adair, told the Houston Press, “Being out there, seeing that… I know this restaurant is our livelihood and we have a lot riding on it, but there are a lot of people in worse condition and frankly, seeing the bigger picture, it’s not going to do anyone any good to do any pouting.”

Adair also claimed that they are used to the flooding, this is the third time that Lucky’s Pub has flooded.

Prior to Hurricane Harvey’s flooding, the pub was working to reopen as White Oak Biergarten along with Buck’s BBQ after their last flood in 2016.

Clearly, their business plans have been placed on hold. Adair hopes to open the restaurant again in 30 to 40 days.

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