Update: This article was updated Nov. 30, 2021 with information about the driver and charges she is facing.
Original story: Multiple people were injured Monday afternoon when a vehicle crashed into the AT&T store on Lafayette Road.
Minutes after 4 p.m. Indianapolis and Pike Township medics and police were dispatched to the crash in the 4300 block of Lafayette Road on the city's northwest side.
Six people were injured when a Toyota Rav4 barreled into the store, but Indianapolis police report the injuries are not life-threatening. All were taken to hospitals for treatment.
Some of those injured are employees of the store near the intersection of Lafayette and Georgetown roads.
Officer William Young said the driver left the scene of the crash but was later taken into custody.
Police on Tuesday announced the vehicle's driver, 49-year-old Djeneba Sambakey, was arrested. She's preliminarily charged with leaving the scene of an accident with serious bodily injury and refusal to identify. The Marion County Prosecutor's Office will determine formal charges.
Please avoid the 4300 block of Lafayette Road near the intersection of Georgetown and Lafayette.
IMPD officers are on scene of a personal injury accident involving a vehicle into a building.
6 people have non-life-threatening injuries & were transported to the hospital. pic.twitter.com/OZdAZ19L6A
— IMPD (@IMPDnews) November 29, 2021
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