ROUND ROCK, Texas (KXAN) — Gino’s Italian Restaurant announced it will reopen Monday after a car crashed into the building Saturday night.

Round Rock Police posted on their Twitter account Saturday evening that a car drove into the restaurant, located at 1701 S. Mays St.

Medics transported two people to a hospital with injuries not expected to be life-threatening. Six other people reported minor injuries, according to RRPD.

A second tweet from the agency said that the driver of the car is cooperating and officers do not suspect that he was intoxicated.

One of those injured was a server at the restaurant who broke her leg and received several stitches. Owners said the server will be out of work for a long time and asked customers to consider donating gift cards for her to use, which they said they will deliver to her.

As you all know on Saturday one of our servers was struck by the car that drove through the restaurant. She suffered a broken leg and several stitches. The holiday season is already stressful and her being a mother to five if you would like to help donate an H-E-B or Walmart gift card, we would greatly appreciate it.

You can drop off at Gino’s and I Gina Minardi will make sure she gets them.

She has a full time job and works at Gino’s Italian Restaurant on the weekend. She will not be able to work for a long time.

Thank you so much again.

We are also putting together a meal chain if you’d like to help.

Gino’s Italian Restaurant owners