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One person suffered minor injuries Sunday evening when a black Lincoln Town Car crashed directly into an Apple Store in Chicago's Lincoln Park neighborhood.
The crash took place at the glass-walled store, located at 801 W. Clybourn, around 6:30 p.m., NBC Chicago reports.
The scene was surreal: the vehicle, reportedly driven by an elderly man, crashed through the store's front glass door and came to rest about four foot inside the store, next to a display of Apple accessories. According to ABC Chicago, the driver was not hurt in the crash.
A witness told the Chicago Tribune that the store was not very crowded at the time of the crash. The store closes at 7 p.m. on Sundays.
The crash caused onlookers to take shots of the scene, as well as take to Twitter to sound off on the bizarre incident. (Read below for reactions to the crash.)
At another of Chicago's Apple Store locations over the weekend, on Michigan Avenue, an 18-year-old man was arrested for tagging the store's Apple logo with graffiti.