Construction crews tear down remnants of Sun Prairie’s Glass Nickel Pizza

SUN PRAIRIE (WKOW) — Construction crews spent the day tearing down parts of the remnants of Glass Nickel Pizza, a building that was destroyed in the July 10th explosion. 

The owner, Adam Bougie, looked on and videotaped parts of the demolition on his cell phone. 

You could see an excavator pushing the chimney and other bricks over in his video. 

Bougie posted the clip to the restaurant’s Facebook page saying, "Thanks for 14 great years 101 West Main Street. Hard to watch you go. Look forward to your glorious return." 

Bougie told 27 News he plans to sign a temporary lease off-site in order to get back in business, until he rebuilds on West Main Street. 



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