Last month, a Sonic Drive-In opened in Hasbrouck Heights, NJ, off Route 17. And apparently it's so popular that it's causing some problems. WCBS880 reports, "Just a couple of nights ago, an unruly customer who was turned away from the new Sonic restaurant sped off and dragged a police officer," who ended up with a broken leg and ankle. Oh, and the driver was unlicensed and is now in jail. Anyway, now the Bergen County prosecutor says "that drivers lined up for burgers will now get hit with a fine of $100 if they're blocking the highway." The Bergen Record reports, "Sonic officials said the company and its franchisee will continue to work closely with municipal authorities to control traffic around the drive-in. They also said that traffic volume typically levels off once a drive-in "becomes a more established part of community life."
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