SHAKOPEE, Minn. — Authorities are investigating after a vehicle crashed through the wall of a Minnesota medical center.
According to KARE-TV and WCCO-TV, the incident occurred late Wednesday at St. Francis Regional Medical Center on St. Francis Avenue in Shakopee. Emergency crews and hospital teams responded after a car struck the building and went through the wall, Allina Health said in a statement.
HAPPENING NOW: A car has crashed into and gone through a wall at St. Francis Medical Center in Shakopee. We’re on scene gathering details. Stay with @KARE11 for the latest. pic.twitter.com/RWmok7P9i0— Dave Peterlinz (@DPet_KARE11News) March 24, 2022
UPDATE: Vehicle has been pulled out but a gaping hole remains in the west wall of St. Francis Medical Center. We’re trying to determine the status of the driver. @KARE11 pic.twitter.com/DnQOEuTm2H— Dave Peterlinz (@DPet_KARE11News) March 24, 2022
No patients or staff members were hurt in the crash, KARE reported. It wasn’t immediately clear what caused the crash or whether anyone inside the vehicle was injured, according to the news outlet.
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