Washington, DC — Eric Greitens, a hairdressing salon owner, said that, on average, he visits about twice a week.
He also said that his salon staff members usually make sure he gets enough to eat while at the salon, but not as much as they should because of the long hours.
The Washington Post reports that Greitins salon was shut down after an employee was killed in a car accident in 2016.
Greitens told The Post that he usually gets up at 5 a.m. for his 10-hour shift.
He said he also usually spends about 15 minutes with his customers, who usually come in for an appointment.
He said that the staff has been overwhelmed by the death of his client, who was killed by a drunk driver in July 2016.
The Post reported that Greiens’ father was killed when his son was 16 years old.
The Post also reported that, in the months after the accident, Greitres was attacked by the driver of a stolen car, who slashed his throat.
The driver had fled on foot, the Post reported.
The Washington Examiner reported that two other people were killed in accidents while at Greitons salon.
On Twitter, Greiends wife, Kimberly Greiten, wrote that she was a victim of the “terrible tragedy” of the loss of her husband.
Kimberly Greites death was also the result of a car crash that took the life of her friend and her sister.
In response to the loss, Kimberly’s father tweeted: “The people of our country deserve better.”