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Car crashes into Apple Store in Massachusetts, one dead

Many 911 calls have come in for help at Derby Street shops

At least 16 people were injured and one person died after an SUV crashed into an Apple store in Hingham, Massachusetts on Monday. Kevin Bradley, 65, of New Jersey, died at the scene according to a press release from the district attorney’s office. The driver is not identified at this time, the prosecutor’s office said.

CNN’s report said numerous 911 calls were received for help at shops on Derby Street. The police intervened shortly afterwards.

The car hit “several” people after smashing through the glass facade of the store in the town of Hingham, Massachusetts, Plymouth County prosecutor Tim Cruz said, AFP reported.

“This morning was an unthinkable morning and people are trying to come to terms with it and figure out what happened.

“Needless to say, employees working in and around this store are visibly shaken,” Cruz added.

The prosecutor did not specify whether the incident was accidental or intentional, simply noting, “This investigation is active and ongoing. We are very limited in what we can say at this point.”

Footage released by the local ABC affiliate showed several people being taken out of the store on stretchers.

A large hole in the facade was visible with the dark colored SUV inside the building.

The Hannover Fire Department said in a statement posted earlier on Twitter that a motor vehicle entered the store, “with several injured / trapped”.

He added that a “rescue team” was on the scene.

Most of the injured were taken to South Shore Hospital in Weymouth, around three miles away.

“Earlier this morning, we were advised by local public safety officials to wait for patients at the scene of a traffic accident in Hingham, Massachusetts,” a doorman told AFP. word of the hospital.

“The South Shore Hospital Emergency Department is seeing these patients right now.”

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