Listen to this article Car Crashes Into Podcast Hosts At Houston Coffee Shop
Two podcast hosts had a frightening experience when a car crashes through the window of the coffee shop where they were recording their show. The incident occurred at Tout Suite in Houston, Texas, and someone caught it on camera.In this article, we’ll take a closer look at what happened and how the two hosts reacted.
On a quiet Saturday afternoon, Nathan Reeves and Alexsey Reyes were in the middle of recording their podcast in a booth at Tout Suite. Suddenly, a black SUV swerved and crashed into the window behind them, causing broken glass to fly towards their backs. The shocking event occurred at around 4:30 pm, and local news station FOX26 reported on the story.
Reeves and Reyes quickly exited the booth after the car backed up a few feet and moved away from the curb. The video footage shows Reeves holding a microphone and assessing the situation. “I think we’re fine,” he says, “I think we got all the audio on there.”
Reyes posted two videos of the incident on his TikTok account, which has over 280,000 followers. One video shows the car crashing into the window, and the other shows the aftermath of the incident. In the second video, Reyes looks visibly shaken and wonders aloud why this happened to them. He asks his viewers, “Why did someone hit us with a car when we were recording a podcast for my friend Nathan’s channel?” “Y’all, I was sitting right here. Someone ran their car at us.”
After the initial shock of the accident had passed, Reeves and Reyes spoke with police officers outside the coffee shop. In the video footage, Reeves can be seen standing next to a police car and answering questions from the officer. It’s unclear at this time whether anyone was injured in the incident or whether the driver of the car faced any charges.
As for the coffee shop, Tout Suite did not immediately respond to requests for comment from news outlets. It’s unknown whether the shop will be making any changes to its physical layout to prevent similar incidents from happening in the future.