JACKSON – Running a business is tough enough for most independent owners but when you have a devastating event beyond your control that interrupts and damages your building, starting back up might seem insurmountable.

That didn’t stop the owners and staff of Glory’s Discount Market Inc. from doing just that. The landmark grocery store recently reopened after months of repairs and recovery from what workers there described as the sound of a bomb going off on Nov. 1, 2018. 

That was the day when a truck with an attached trailer plowed into the market. It all started when a 17-year-old driver was attempting to turn left onto West Commodore Boulevard but wound up driving into the path of a tractor trailer that was traveling south on Cedar Swamp Road through the intersection. It caused a three-car crash that injured four people and caused severe damage to the market.

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