Four people were injured after an SUV slammed into a Texas Goodwill store Monday.
The crash happened at about 11 p.m. at the Goodwill Crossings store in southwest Houston.
Surveillance video from the store shows the vehicle crashing into the glass store front and driving right into several racks of clothes. The SUV finally came to a stop about 100 feet into the store, affiliate KPRC reported.
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Two employees and two customers were taken to a nearby hospital. A spokesperson for Goodwill said the employees are ok. There is no word yet on the customers' conditions.
Police are investigating what caused the driver to smash into the store.