By Dan Koob

CHERRY HILL, N.J. (CBS) — A car crashed into a Target store on Route 38 in Cherry Hill on Thursday morning. Authorities say the Hyundai Elantra went through a glass window in front of the store around 10 a.m.

Police tell Eyewitness News an unknown medical situation is to blame for the crash.

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They say the driver, a 76-year-old man, and a female passenger in her 50s were both injured.

A Target employee who was in an employee-only area of the store at the time was also injured.

All of the injuries were minor.

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Fire officials helped clear debris directly from the accident and tow the vehicle out of the window.

At one point, what looked like a large red display case was stuck on the passenger side front wheel. They had to stop removing the car to pry the case free.

Shoppers say as soon as the crash happened, they were escorted out of the Target.

“I was looking through the jeans and then an employee ran by and he was like you got to vacate the store. He said on his walkie talkie someone crashed into the store. I went to see what happened and I just saw a car like in the store,” one shopper said.

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Target issued the following statement, “This morning, two elderly guests drove their car into the side of our Cherry Hill store. One team member was injured and is receiving medical care. We’ve evacuated all guests and team members from the store while law enforcement investigates and we’ll then assess the property damage.  Emergency responders are on-site and we’ll support law enforcement’s investigation however we can.”