Longwood Gardens will reopen on Wednesday, August 4, following a truck crash.
According to a Facebook post by Longwood Gardens, the accident on July 29 involved a tank truck that broke through the wall on the east side of the Longwood Visitor Center. The cause of the accident is still under investigation. Guests and Longwood staff are safe. Two Longwood staff members were slightly injured and were treated on-site. According to a Facebook post, the vehicle driver was taken to a local hospital for further evaluation.
The Longwood Gardens will be closed until August 4th in a Facebook post to “evaluate the structural integrity of the visitor center and ensure that the building returns safely to everyone.” Said that.
“We would like to express our sincere gratitude to the Pennsylvania Police, Longwood and Kennett Fire Departments for their prompt response and for their valuable support in ensuring the safety and well-being of guests, staff and those involved in the accident,” Post said.
Longwood Gardens handles purchase ticket refunds for guests who plan to visit during the holidays.
Longwood Gardens is located on Longwood Road 1001 in Kennett Square.
For more information, please visit: longwoodgardens.org..
Longwood Gardens Reopens Wednesday After Tank Truck Crash | Home & Garden
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