MIDLOTHIAN, Va. — Four people have been hospitalized for injuries they sustained when a car crashed into a store in Virginia.
WRIC-TV reports the incident happened Monday afternoon when the vehicle ran into an eye care store in Midlothian.
A man who was in the store during the crash told the news outlet that a child was “under the wheel” of the vehicle.
He says he got the child out from under the car and also helped the driver get out of the vehicle.
A Chesterfield Fire & EMS spokesperson says there were no significant injuries. It is not clear what caused the accident.