KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Some children were injured Tuesday afternoon when at least one vehicle went into a daycare center in Kansas City, Missouri, police said.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Police say an SUV rear-ended a parked car and sent the vehicle crashing through a Kansas City daycare center, injuring three children and the driver of the SUV. The injuries are not believed to be life-threatening.
About 40 children were inside the center when the Range Rover struck the back of the parked Cadillac and sent it through the front of the building. Police say the SUV driver was "approximately 80" years old.
Two children were rescued from under the Cadillac. Police now say no one was inside the Cadillac.
The incident occurred at 12:56 p.m. local time at the Christian Academy Child Care east of downtown. Dozens of Kansas City firefighters rushed to the scene.
Children who weren't injured were being kept at a nearby house, where tearful parents embraced their kids.