A pickup truck crashed into a building in Yarmouth, Massachusetts, on Friday, leaving four people injured, police said.
The cause of the crash at the TD Bank on Route 28 was under investigation, Yarmouth police said, noting that no one was seriously injured. They initially called the crash between Woods and Forest roads, which temporarily closed the highway, “a major accident.”
Video from the scene showed the pickup truck that collided with the side of the bank, as well as other damaged cars on the way. Bystanders were trying to help the person in the truck.
Witnesses said an off-duty firefighters smashed one of the truck’s windows to shut off the vehicle off and get the man out.
The crash was reported about 11:30 a.m., after the truck hit a median and became airborne, police said. The truck hit a sign, knocking debris onto a bystander, and then collided with two parked cars.
The truck then barreled into a brick wall on the side of the bank, where six people were inside at the time. The driver was among the four injured people, police said.
Surveillance video showed the pickup accelerate off the street and into a parked car.
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