Car leaves gaping hole in Apple store window after crashing at ‘full speed’


A car has left a gaping hole in a US Apple store window. People at the scene said the car drove “full speed” into the store.

Emergency services are now present at the scene in Hingham, Massachusetts.

Washington news reporter Blair Miller posted a photo, sent from a contact in Hingham, showing a smashed shop-front window.

He reported in a post on Twitter: “I’m being told four people are trapped in the Apple store.”

WCVB-TV Boston News Producer Jenna Perlman added that “we can see several people on stretchers” at the store, which is on Derby Street.

Journalist Todd Kazakiewich described the event as a “major incident”.

He reported “multiple injuries”.

One social media user also shared an insight into the incident after hearing from his wife, who he said saw this unfold.

@OpinionatedZach wrote in a post on Twitter: “My wife is at Derby Street in Hingham, a Black 4Runner drove full speed into the Apple store.

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