WARREN, Mich. (WJBK) - Multiple people were hurt after a man lost control of his truck and plowed into people waiting at Warren bus stop Wednesday.
The incident was caught on camera by a nearby Subway restaurant, injuring six people.
All involved in the accident survived the initial crash and were taken to the hospital with varying injuries.
"Nobody likes to see people getting injured and you're waiting for a bus to go about your day and it's one simple mistake behind the wheel," said Warren Deputy Commissioner Matt Nichols.
It was just after 5 p.m. and six people were sitting inside the glass bus stop at the corner of 12 Mile and Van Dyke Road.
In the video, you can see those at the bus stop didn't have time to react as the Dodge truck came across lanes of traffic and crashed directly into the glass enclosure, sending one person flying and trapping others under the truck and mangled debris.
"She flew. I think I saw her airborne. There was a big pile of blood," one witness said.
Moments later, the driver, a 55-year-old Roseville man, got out of his walking around the wreckage and trapped victims and walks right into the subway restaurant.
"The guy actually walked into my Subway and went to the bathroom. He looked like a regular guy. I wouldn't expect him to be the perpetrator that was driving the truck," said Subway employee Christopher Lofton.
Police are still working to determine if drugs or alcohol were a factor in the crash and if any charges will follow.