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Authorities in Massachusetts are investigating an incident where a car crashed in front of a pro-Trump merchandise store and injured one person.

The Easton Police Department said Thursday that the driver of the 2015 Volkswagen Jetta did not suffer fatal injuries while traveling to New England for the Trump Store on Washington Street.

A cameraman in the store recorded the accident and police later uploaded the video on social media. The incident took place around 5.10 pm

The Easton Police Department said Thursday that the driver of the 2015 Volkswagen Jetta went to New England on June 16, 2022 for the Trump Store on Washington Street without any fatal injuries.  (Easton Police Department)

The Easton Police Department said Thursday that the driver of the 2015 Volkswagen Jetta went to New England on June 16, 2022 for the Trump Store on Washington Street without any fatal injuries. (Easton Police Department)
(Easton Police Department)

An employee standing in the front door is a few feet away from the impact area as the car hits the front wall, video of the accident is seen. The vehicle came within a distance of about 20 feet of the shop.

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The vehicle was driven by Sean Flaherty, 46, of Renham, MA, who was later taken to Good Samaritan Medical Center with life-threatening injuries, said Deputy Chief Keith Boone.

“This time around, Flaherty is accused of reckless operation of a motor vehicle and malicious destruction of property,” he added. “Additional charges may apply.”

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According to the Easton Police Department, an employee was in the store at the time of the incident but was not injured in the crash.

Former United States President Donald Trump during his annual "Road to Majority Policy Conference" at the Faith & Gaylord Opreland Resort at the Freedom Coalition & Convention Center on June 17, 2022, in Nashville, Tennessee.  (Photo by Seth Herald / Getty Images)

Former United States President Donald Trump during his annual “Road to Majority Policy Conference” at the Faith & Gaylord Opreland Resort at the Freedom Coalition & Convention Center on June 17, 2022, in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Seth Herald / Getty Images)
(Photo by Seth Herald / Getty Images)

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Supporters of former President Donald Trump buy merchandise at a rally hosted by the former president on April 29, 2022 in Greenwood, Nebraska.

Supporters of former President Donald Trump buy merchandise at a rally hosted by the former president on April 29, 2022 in Greenwood, Nebraska.
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Police requested the registration of motor vehicles during their investigation to revoke Flaherty’s license, he said.