Car Crashes into Storefront at Mall in Wellington, Florida
WELLINGTON, FL. – According to a news report posted online at palmbeachpost.com, a car crashed into a storefront at a mall in Wellington, Florida. It is not yet clear what caused the collision, but multiple people were injured in the accident, according to the news report.*
The accident happened in the afternoon at the Mall at Wellington. A Subaru sedan reportedly crashed through the front of the Metro PCS store at the mall, smashing several panes of glass and damaging multiple displays in the store. The vehicle finally came to a stop in the middle of the business, according to the report.
It is unclear what caused the accident or what events led to the driver crashing into the building. The driver of the car was not identified. The Palm Beach Post reports that three people sustained injuries in the accident, including two employees of Metro PCS. These two people were treated at the scene according to the report.
It is not clear if the third injured person was the driver. The report states this person was taken to a hospital for treatment of injuries. The extent of this person’s injuries was not reported.
The owner of a nearby business heard the crash and came over to Metro PCS to see what had happened. He told reporters the employees of Metro PCS were still in shock when he got there.
“They were still screaming,” the business owner said. “[The driver] went right through where they have the desks.”
The accident is still under investigation, and for now, a sign hangs on the door of Metro PCS saying it is uninhabitable and dangerous.
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