Around 30 people were hurt, some seriously, when a woman drove her car into a street party in Lima, Ohio, Friday night.
“It was unreal. There were bodies, and shoes and jewelry,” The Lima News reported Amee Truesdale as saying. “They took many, many people to the hospital, and two or three of them looked seriously hurt ... I saw men pick up that car and move out a gentleman that was pinned underneath.”
The driver, who reportedly had a dog with her, was parked five feet from the town's main square when she accelerated rapidly, a police spokesman told NBC News.
The driver's name will be released pending the investigation, the spokesman added.
The car plowed through tables and finally stopped when it hit a large sculpture, The Lima News reported.
The crowd was attending an event with music put on by ArtSpace Lima.
No fatalities were reported, but rescue workers said there were numerous head, neck and leg injuries, The Lima News reported.
St. Rita's Medical Center received some 30 people Friday night, a spokeswoman told NBC News. Four of them were admitted and, of those, two are in critical but stable condition. The two others are stable.
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