In new Jersey, the SUV rammed the window of a bookstore Barnes & Noble

19 April in the town of Clifton (new Jersey) there was an unpleasant incident. The driver of the SUV Toyota Rav4 rammed the window of a bookstore Barnes & Noble. At this time indoors there were several visitors and the working staff.

At the time of the accident, the publisher and author Jason Pinter just was in the store. According to him, he heard the sound of shattered glass and people screaming, but when he turned towards the window and saw that inside the building there is a car. Visitors are scared to death and in the first moments I thought about the likelihood of a terrorist attack. In the end, it turned out that the driver simply has not coped with management.

Holy sh*t: I was working at the B&N in Clifton, and a guy just drove his car through the storefront and crashed INTO the store. Thank god don’t seem to be any injuries. Car literally drove into the cash registers. Police on the scene.

— Jason Pinter (@jasonpinter) April 19, 2018

The SUV smashed through a glass door and window, which stood opposite the working places of cashiers. Witnesses claim that only by a lucky coincidence no one was injured. Just a minute before that, one of the store employees was standing right at the entrance to the room, but he went away on business.

The photo shows that part of the promotion of an SUV into the premises was detained by the railway construction and support post of the building. If the way the car was more «easy obstacles» that could all end in tears. According to information provided by local police, minor injuries to two people. They received medical treatment, hospitalization is not required.

Law enforcement agencies study the causes of accidents and yet refuse to give any comments about it. The only thing we know — the driver made an accident and inadvertently admits his guilt. Upon road accident the investigation is begun.