INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - Eager patrons formed a line around Jack in the Box in Indianapolis Monday morning, as the fast food restaurant prepared to open its first Indiana location.
The restaurant, located at U.S. 31 and County Line Road in Indianapolis, opened to the public on Monday.
Jack in the Box's south side location is just one of several the company plans to open in Central Indiana. Other locations are already under construction.
The company has more than 2,200 restaurants in 20 states. It serves breakfast items among its other menu items, which include burgers, shakes, chicken teriyaki bowls and tacos. Breakfast is served all day.
Up to 71 people can be accommodated in the south side location's dining room, and a patio can seat 31 people. The restaurant also has a drive-thru.
As much as 4 inches of snow fell in some places by early Friday morning, and a winter storm warning continues in Central Indiana until Friday night.
In the five games since Wayne tore his right ACL against the Denver Broncos, Indianapolis is averaging 19.6 points. In the seven games Wayne played, the Colts averaged 26.7 points.
An Illinois man was killed late Thursday when the car he was driving was struck by a semi tractor on I-70 about three miles west of the Cambridge City exit.