Two people suffered injuries following an accident when a car crashed into a grocery store on Park Street, police report.
The accident occurred at a grocery store on Park Street near Dancy Street intersection. An eyewitness stated that the Lexus driver was seen speeding recklessly through the neighborhood. He added that the driver narrowly avoided hitting an elderly man walking nearby. Subsequently, the driver allegedly lost control of the vehicle and crashed into the store.
According to the authorities, only two people were hospitalized after the accident happened. Meanwhile, three people sustained injuries: the store manager, a 28-year-old driver, and the 25-year-old passenger.
EMS reported that the passenger only suffered minor injuries and they treated the injured victim on the site of the crash. Meanwhile, the remaining two victims suffered severe injuries, and EMS rushed them to a nearby hospital for treatment.
Police are still looking into the cause of the accident. Additionally, authorities will not release the identities of the victims until they conclude their investigation.
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