Twenty-two people were hurt after a sport utility vehicle was rear-ended and slammed into a restaurant in New York City by a hit-and-run driver, authorities said on Tuesday.
At around nine o’clock, the accident occurred. According to a police spokesperson, Monday in upper Manhattan.
After leaving a gas station, a white Audi struck the rear of a Toyota sport utility vehicle, causing the driver of the SUV to lose control, according to the police.
According to authorities, the SUV jumped the curb and struck the Inwood Bar and Grill’s front window.
Police reported that 22 persons were hurt in the crash, primarily by flying glass.
Three people did not receive medical care, leaving 19 transported to hospitals.
None of the injuries, according to police, were life-threatening.
The driver of the Audi escaped the scene and was wanted on Tuesday.