The unidentified driver and Trump Plaza's concierge, a 41-year-old man, were taken to a local hospital with minor injuries. As such, it's nearly a miracle that only 2 people were hurt: CBS says that their injuries are not life-threatening but they were still taken to the hospital as a precaution.
"I correct closed the elevator door and I went help upstairs because I became alarmed", she added.
Police officers and personnel from the fire department were present. Videos from the scene available at the bottom of the page, showing the auto being towed out of the building's lobby, leave no room for doubt as to the extent of damage it took. "You guys couldn't show him where the garage was?".
Police said that the crash does not appear to be intentional or suspicious, but it is under investigation. Police didn't immediately release any information about the driver. The driver was also injured.
Trump himself has not tweeted about the event, however a Trump Organization rep told Business Insider, "We would like to thank the first responders for their swift attention to this evening's incident".
"We are truly grateful to them for their service", the statement further added.
A vehicle ploughed into the main hall of a Trump Plaza in suburban NY on Tuesday night, causing minor injuries to two bystanders and the driver, news media reported.
The incident took place in the city of New Rochelle.
Authorities interviewed the driver and are still trying to determine the cause of the crash but do not seem to believe it is a case of foul play.
The 39-story plaza, which became carried out in 2007, contains a heated swimming pool, rooftop deck, kids' playroom, health center and enterprise heart. "Totaled, obviously", he wrote. He then continued straight into the front entrance of the 40-story luxury residential building on Huguenot Street and into the lobby.
The high-rise is owned by the Trump Group.