By Mike LaCrosse

HAVERHILL (CBS) – The phones are ringing nonstop again at Li’s Asian Restaurant.

Loyal customers are happy they can enjoy their favorite dishes following a four-month hiatus.

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“I get the chicken fingers and beef teriyaki,” said Judy Williams.

The Haverhill restaurant on Route 125 near the New Hampshire border underwent a full renovation.

A car crashed into Li’s Asian Restaurant in February. (Courtesy Photo)

It was forced to close back in February after three cars crashed into the building in a span of just eight days.

“When we got the third call I literally said to the police you got to be joking right,” said Crystal Li.

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Crystal Li says they’re relieved to finally be back open.

“It’s a great great feeling you know just reconnecting with people just talking to them seeing how they are doing an everything,” said Li.

Li’s Asian Restaurant in Haverhill is back in business. (WBZ-TV)

After the three car crashes the City Council sent state officials a letter addressing their concerns.

“It was basically asking them to be aware of this and in conjunction with our city engineer help us find ways to mitigate and safety concerns,” said City Councilor Mike McGonagle.

In the meantime the Li family has installed more than a dozen posts to keep their building safe.

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“I hope there is enough you know to keep this place from being hit again or something like that,” said Li.

Mike LaCrosse