WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — It was a beautiful Wednesday in Winston-Salem and business as usual at Mount Tabor Barber and Style. The seats were filling, employees and customers were engaged in their usual conversation, until it all came to a halt all because a man driving a Subaru failed to stop. “I was cutting a customer’s hair and had my back turned,” said barber Marty Smith, of the October 2017 mishap. “I heard an explosion, well, what I thought was an explosion. I actually dove for the floor.” The 91-year-old came crashing into the shop, slamming into a pole with his engine still revving and tires spinning. “If the pole hadn’t been there and hadn’t stopped him I think he’d have gone all the way through the shop,” Smith said. The cause of the crash was immediately obvious; the man had pressed the gas when he meant to hit the brake. More recently, at La Casa Lopez Mexican Grill in Winston-Salem, a new driver committed the same blunder. “Just sounded like an explosion,” owner Silvia Lopez said. “I [saw] the car [and] then I just started screaming.” A 16-year-old driver had pressed the gas and slammed into the fr...