A car crashed into the window of an Apple store on the outskirts of Boston on Monday, killing at least one person and injuring 16, authorities said.
“A dark-colored SUV sped at undetermined speed into the window and injured numerous people,” Plymouth County District Attorney Tim Cruz said at a press conference hours after the incident. incident. “The investigation is open and ongoing,” he added, as authorities have yet to determine whether the act was intentional or not.
The vehicle drove into the store, “injuring and trapping several people inside,” firefighters said on Twitter.
Footage shown on a local ABC channel showed a gaping hole in the shop window and people being evacuated from the place on stretchers. The injured were taken to a hospital about 5 km from the store, a hospital spokeswoman told AFP. Apple said it was “devastated by the death of a professional” present on the site to oversee renovations.