One person was killed, and at least 16 others were hurt when a man’s SUV plowed through the front display of an Apple shop in Massachusetts, according to authorities, who have charged him with reckless homicide.
Following an investigation by state and local police into the collision near Hingham, southeast of Boston, Bradley Rein, 53, will be charged a charge of reckless homicide by a motor vehicle on Tuesday, according to the Plymouth County district attorney’s office.
According to a statement from the district attorney’s office, Rein was detained on Monday evening and will now be charged in district court in Hingham.
It’s unknown whether he has a lawyer to represent him.
A 2019 Toyota 4Runner struck people on Monday morning after crashing into the store’s plate glass window.
Kevin Bradley, 65, of New Jersey, was the victim who perished.
In a statement, Apple expressed its “devastation” over the awful events at its Derby Street location today and the untimely death of a professional working there to support recent construction.
As emergency personnel worked at the incident site, a large hole was seen in the shop glass.
About an hour before the crash, the store was supposed to open.