Authorities say a car careened through a store in Parker, injuring six people — one critically — and leaving heavy damage in its path.
South Metro Fire Rescue said in a tweet that the “car traveled front to back” through RNK Running & Walking Saturday afternoon. The Denver Post reports that a spokesman for South Metro Fire Rescue said the critically hurt person was a juvenile. Two of the other people injured were in serious condition.
Police said the car, driven by a woman with a possible medical condition, traveled through a parking lot and struck another car before it plowed through the store.