A SUV crashed through the front of an Apple store in the Derby Street in in Hingham, Massachusetts, about 15 miles southeast of Boston, on Monday at about 10:45 a.m., killing at least one and injuring other 16. People were walking on the sidewalk in front of the store when the crash occurred. Images shared by local media showed a large hole in the glass front. There were seven fire engines and 14 ambulances at the scene. Four of the injured were in critical condition when they have been taken to hospitals.
The SUV reached the back wall. “It sounded like an explosion,” said one witness. The driver of the vehicle has not been taken to the hospital. Several people were trapped inside the store until the vehicle could be moved. A medical helicopter also responded. Information regarding the person who died and those injured were not released.The story was badly damaged. Local officials were evaluating the building’s structural stability. It was not established if the crash was intentional. “This is an active and ongoing criminal investigation,” Plymouth County District Attorney Tim Cruz said in a press conference. The 4,000-square-foot Apple store is in the rear of the outdoor shopping plaza.