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Police: Driver had "medical event", drove into Applebee's restaurant

(Source: Jason Cordes) (Source: Jason Cordes)

NORTH CHARLESTON (WCSC) - Police officers with the City of North Charleston are investigating an incident where a vehicle drove into a restaurant.

Officers were called to the scene at Applebee's located at 4910 Ashley Phosphate Road.

At approximately 2:30 p.m., the driver of a Ford pickup truck had a medical event while driving on Ashley Phosphate road near Patriot Boulevard, police say.

The driver struck numerous vehicles.

The vehicle then left the roadway, went through the parking lot of the Sunoco station and lodged itself in the Applebee's restaurant, they say.

No one inside of the restaurant was injured.

Several people were injured when their vehicle was struck and transported to the hospital, according to police.

 The City of North Charleston Police Department is investigating the wreck.

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