Wilkes-Barre, Luzerne County-- A Luzerne County bank is a little worse for wear after a car went sailing through its front window late Thursday night.
Despite the damage, FNCB Bank opened on time Friday morning.
The crash happened just before midnight at the corner of Franklin and Market streets in Wilkes-Barre.
Glass was shattered all around after a white car hurtled a roadside curb and crashed into the building.
Scott Hercher, of Mount Cobb, said, "It happens, you know? Accidents happen."
By Friday morning, the window was boarded up-- while a street sign sheared off by the impact laid mangled on the sidewalk.
FNCB already has a drive-up ATM.
It's safe to say adding a drive-through window wasn't in the plans-- at least, not like this.
Ray Ritts, of Wilkes-Barre, joked, "I don't know. It's a heck of a way for a quick loan."
We're told the un-named driver was able to walk away from a late night wreck.
He told police he somehow lost control of his car and smashed through the front window of the bank.
He's not facing any charges.
Ritts continued, "As long as he wasn't hurt, that's all that counts. He's not hurt, he's alright-- you can always replace a window."
FNCB employees declined an on-camera interview, but tell Eyewitness News a replacement window has already been ordered.
However, it could still be a few days before that new window is installed.
Hercher added, "Well, I'm glad the guy is okay. I just hope the bank gets it taken care of right away. We see too many boarded up windows around here."
We're told the bank will remain open during normal business hours while the window is replaced.