PELHAM MANOR, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — A vehicle plowed into a store in Westchester County on Sunday afternoon.

It happened at the GameStop on Pelham Parkway in Pelham Manor.

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Four people were reportedly hurt, including two store employees, CBS2’s Christina Fan reported.

The GameStop was boarded up Sunday evening, but the the entire car was inside the store when CBS2 first arrived.

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A vehicle crashed into a GameStop in Pelham Manor on Sept. 1, 2019. (Credit: CBS2)

Video of the mayhem shows games, glass, and debris littered across the floor. Witnesses told Fan a woman driving a Chevy Traverse plowed into the building. A restaurant employee working next door said he saw the collision, ran inside, and heard an employee crying for help. He said he was able to pull her to safety from under the car, but added a man was badly hurt and also pinned. The fire department was ultimately able to rescue him.

People in the shopping plaza told Fan the impact was so loud, they could hear the crash from across the street.

“It’s sad because it’s a nice area. But still people zoom by like you don’t even exist when you are standing there,” a woman said.

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Why the driver lost control of the vehicle is still not known. Police were expected to provide an update on that and the conditions of the victims.