WARREN (WJBK) - A truck has crashed ino a bus stop at 12 Mile and Van Dyke in Warren.
A Dodge Ram pick up truck slammed into the bus stop sometime after 5 p.m. Wednesday afternoon. One witness said the driver of the Dodge Ram lost control of his truck and swerved into the bus stop while turning.
The driver has been identified as a 55-year-old Roseville man. Police say that they do not believe alcohol and drugs were not a factor but are still investigating.
Police say five to six people were inside the bus stop at the time of the crash. There have been no fatalities reported.
"At about 5:25 pm the blue truck was eastbound on 12 Mile and after crossing Van Dyke made a right turn to get into Subway and hit the bus shelter," said Warren Deputy Commissioner Matt Nichols. "Five to six people were inside. Several people were trapped under the truck with varying degrees of injuries," Nichols said. "It was a pretty chaotic scene with multiple extrications taken to multiple hospitals."
The driver left the scene of the crash to use the bathroom at the Subway after it, while people were stuck underneath the truck, said Subway employee Christopher Lofton.
"He walked in calm collected and used the bathroom, then walked right out." he said. "It was just terrible."
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