This is the shocking moment a car slams into a Detroit gas station and pins a customer to a display.
Surveillance video shows the man was miraculously able to walk away from the scene.
A ‘vehicle malfunction’ is believed to be behind the crash at Citgo gas station near West McNichols and Schaefer.
The man who was hit along with a gas station employee and the female driver are all in a stable condition in hospital.
A Citgo gas station in Detroit is seen above just before a car crashes
The vehicle is seen on surveillance video ramming into a Detroit gas station
One person was pinned between the vehicle and a display in the store
But the person was able to walk away after the car broke though the sliding glass doors
Police have ruled out drugs or alcohol as a cause as a cause of the accident.
The woman’s vehicle was left wedged halfway into the store.
Witness Mariah Williams said: ‘It was a big boom, obviously. We all were scared. I jumped.
‘It came full speed, as far as I’m concerned. I’m just shocked.’
The store was closed briefly following the crash Friday.
An aerial view shows the car wedged halfway into the store after causing damage and injuries
Customers to this Detroit watch in horror as the car enters the store
This Citgo gas station in Detroit is where a driver careened into the mini mart as one person scrambled from the scene