Police and EMS were called to the Applebee's restaurant on Ashley Photosphate after a truck crashed into the restaurant Saturday afternoon.
North Charleston Police Department public information officer Spencer Pryor said the crash happened just after 2:30 p.m. He said the truck crashed into the restaurant after first striking several vehicles on Ashley Phosphate and rolling through the parking lot of a Sunoco gas station.
It's believed the driver of the truck had a "medical event" that caused the series of crashes.
Pryor said no one inside the Applebee's was injured, but several people were hurt when their vehicle was struck on Ashley Phosphate. Those people were transported to the hospital, and their conditions are unknown.
The driver of the truck was also sent to a local hospital.
It's unknown when the restaurant will be able to reopen for business, but the city's building official and engineers are working with management at Applebee's on structural issues.
The investigation is ongoing.
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Crews on the scene at the Applebees on Ashley Phosphate working a vehicle in the building with NCFD. Please avoid the area. pic.twitter.com/gcfPyKx69i— Ashley River FD (@AshleyRiverFD1) March 18, 2017