WYOMING, Mich. -- The Wyoming Department of Public Safety says six people were injured Wednesday afternoon when a pickup truck struck a parked van, then plowed into a bank.
It happened around 3:17 p.m. Wednesday. The location was the Chase Bank at 4333 S. Division Avenue SW. That's just north of 44th Street.
The D.P.S. says the pickup truck left the roadway, hit the van in the bank parking lot, and then careened into the bank, causing significant damage:
"The van that was struck had three occupants, all of whom were transported to local hospitals with non-life threatening injuries," says Wyoming Public Safety in a news release. "Thankfully, only minor injuries were reported by two people inside the bank. The driver and only occupant of the pick-up truck was also transported to a local hospital for treatment. His condition at this time is not known."
Kent County Dispatchers tell FOX 17 a woman was briefly pinned underneath a car, but got out.
Wyoming Police, fire and ambulance crews all responded to the scene. The investigation continues.
At midday Thursday, Wyoming Police said the driver of the truck was a 42-year-old Byron Center man and that the cause of the crash was still undetermined.
They said the driver's condition prior to the crash is being investigated, and that "a medical event remains a possibility."