6 have been injured after a car slammed into Barclay Elementary School. The crash happened around 10:40 a.m. EST on the 2900 block of Barclay Street in Baltimore.
Blair Skinner, a spokeswoman for the local fire department, said that the unidentified driver was “suffering a medical emergency” when they hit the school.
According to reports, five children and one adult sustained non-life-threatening injuries. None of the injured had to be transported to a hospital. While Skinner initially said six students were injured, she later amended that number to three students.
A Jeep crashed into The Barclay School, knocking through the wall of a classroom. Six people were injured, including five children. All non-life threatening injuries. pic.twitter.com/x3HUjTelLw
— Talia Richman ☀️ (@TaliRichman) March 9, 2018
Crime scene tape going up where car crashed into Barclay Elementary/Middle School around 10:40. Driver suffered medical emergency. 6 people hurt & taken to hospital: 5 kids in classroom & 1 adult according to @BaltimoreFire. Not sure if adult was driver of car or inside classroom pic.twitter.com/vJELfc1HJm
— Shelley Orman (@ShelleyOFox45) March 9, 2018
The vehicle, a Jeep Liverty, struck the building at a corner classroom, breaking through the brick beneath windows.
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