Two children taken to trauma facility after car crashes through Phoenix business

PHOENIX (KSAZ) -- Phoenix Fire officials said Tuesday afternoon that two children had to be taken to a pediatric trauma facility, after a car crashed through the front of a business.

According to a brief statement issued by Phoenix Fire Captain Jake Van Hook, the incident happened along the 2900 block of E. McDowell Road, and the two children, ages four and five, were inside the store when they were either struck by the car, or by building contents.

Cpt. Van Hook said two people inside the car were a 28-year-old woman and a woman in her 50s. All four people are in stable condition.

An investigation into the crash is underway by Phoenix Police, Cpt. Van Hook said.