Three women were seriously hurt Thursday afternoon in a parking lot in Seekonk, Massachusetts, police said. They were reportedly backed into by a driver.
The crash in the Ocean State Job Lot parking lot on Highland Avenue was reported at 1:36 p.m. One woman was pinned underneath the vehicle when rescue crews arrived, police said.
Airbags were used to lift the vehicle off the pinned victim, according to police.
"It just happened so fast," witness Lisa Williams said. "It's scary. We walked out right behind those people that got hit and were getting in the car."
All three victims were taken to an area hospital for serious but non-life threatening injuries, police said.
A man described as "elderly" had backed into the three women in what appeared to be an accident, NBC affiliate WJAR reported.
Police didn't say in their release what caused the incident. So far, there's no word on whether any charges will be filed.
NBC10 Boston's Sky Ranger showed a couple of tow trucks removing two vehicles from the parking lot. One had a blown-out rear-view windshield.