Apple store crash – live: One dead and many injured after car plows into store outside Boston

At least one killed after car crashes into Apple store in Hingham, Massachusetts

At least 16 people have been transported to area hospitals and one has died after an SUV crashed into an Apple store in Massachusetts on Monday.

Per The Patriot Ledger, four of those transported are in critical condition.

The outlet also noted that the SUV drove into the Apple store in the Derby Street shopping center and police were called to remove the car. The vehicle had been against the back wall and trapped people inside the store.

This is a developing story.


Number of injured climbs to 16

There are now at least 16 people reported injured in the crash.

Plymouth County District Attorney Tim Cruz said, per WCVB, “14 of the victims were taken to South Shore Hospital and Weymouth and two victims taken to Boston area hospitals.”

21 November 2022 18:49


Locals say crash left ‘gaping hole’ in Apple store: ‘It sounded like a bomb went off’

Witnesses Lynne Goyuk and Emily McKenna told Boston25News about what they saw before and after the crash.

“It sounded like a bomb went off,” Ms Goyuk said. “We saw several people who should have sought medical attention, but they wouldn’t go over because they knew other people were critical.”

Ms McKenna said: “I just heard like glass shatter, and everyone ran to the window because they thought it was a smash and grab, and there was just a gaping hole in the middle of the Apple Store. I didn’t see the car drive by but someone said it was going pretty fast, so maybe he just lost control.”

21 November 2022 18:35


Authorities say they’re looking into surveillance video

During a press conference on Monday afternoon, authorities told reporters that there are currently no concerns on structural stability within the Apple store and that detectives are looking for surveillance video to find out more.

One person called the ordeal “a terrible event” and “terrible day.”

21 November 2022 18:28


News anchor notes how ‘terrifying’ crash was during ‘busy holiday shopping’ week

Reports from outside South Shore Hospital noted that there were at least eight people transported to hospitals in the Hingham area.

“You can imagine just how terrifying this was for families who are hearing of this, their family members likely… out at that Apple store doing some early holiday shopping, potentially, in what is expected to be a busy holiday shopping week in this area and across our state,” said 7News Boston’s Sam Bleiweis while standing outside of South Shore Hospital, ahead of a press conference slated for Monday afternoon.

Bleiweis also noted that it was still unclear how many people had been transported to South Shore Hospital specifically.

21 November 2022 18:25


Witnesses say the crash ‘sounded like an explosion’ and saw ‘alot of injuries’

One witness, who was shopping at J. Crew when the crash happened, told The Patriot Ledger: “It sounded like an explosion.”

Another witness tweeted: “My wife is at Derby Street in Hingham, a Black 4Runner drove full speed into the Apple store. She said there are alot of injuries – my wife used a spare jacket as a tourniquet.”

21 November 2022 18:18


Total injured in crash remains unclear

In photos and video shared by WCVB, a large hole could be seen in the glass front of the store. Multiple people outside the store were being tended to by first responders.

It’s unclear how many in total were injured, though a nurse at South Shore Hospital told WCVB they were informed “to expect anywhere between seven to 10 victims” in their emergency room.

21 November 2022 18:05


Car crashes into Massachusetts Apple store leaving one dead and 14 injured

A car has crashed into an Apple store in the Boston suburb of Hingham, leading to the death of one person while at least 14 have been injured.

The 14 people were taken to area hospitals by ambulances after a Black SUV crashed into the store, leaving four people in critical condition, The Patriot Ledger reported. Those in critical condition were taken to Boston for treatment.

Gustaf Kilander reports.

Gustaf Kilander21 November 2022 17:58

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