NEW YORK – Police say a car overturned a curb Wednesday morning in Brooklyn and injured several people.
Surveillance footage shows people crossing St. John’s Place and Nostrand Avenue in Crown Heights around 7:45 p.m. The bus passes, and then the car jumps over the curb.
According to Leah Mishkin from CBS2, several people were hit when the car crashed into a bar on the corner.
“It’s so scary,” said Ruth Deaton, who works at a nearby coffee shop. “We didn’t really hear the real fall. We just noticed all the sirens coming … I hope everyone’s fine.”
The FDNY says six people were injured. Injuries range from mild to severe, but we are told that not all of them are life-threatening.
Deaton went outside to see what was happening.
“We saw people on earth and stuff. It was terribly safe,” she said.
New York police say that a 48-year-old father and his two sons, aged 9 and 11, were among the injured.
Police said the driver of the car was arrested.
The area has since been cleared and the building is now boarded up. This accident is still under investigation.
It is still unclear which indictment was filed against the driver of the car.