SAN DIEGO (KGTV) - A car slammed into the front of a Rancho San Diego bank Monday morning, shutting down business for the day due to the structure’s damage.
The incident happened shortly before 11:30 a.m. at the Bank of America branch in the 2900 block of Jamacha Road.
A customer told 10News she was using an ATM stationed just beyond the glass front door of the bank when she heard a noise and saw a car barreling towards her.
The woman said she jumped out of the way as the car came crashing through the doors and glass windows. She said she was not seriously hurt.
According to the customer, she saw a woman with a baby inside the car. 10News did not immediately confirm who was inside and if anyone from the car was injured.
Due to the crash, the BofA was closed for the remainder of the day for clean-up and a structure assessment.
The cause of the crash is unknown.