A woman walked away unscathed after making a crashing entrance into a North Bay Village gas station.
The crash happened when the woman, identified only as "Marylin" by WSVN, drove to the Hess gas station on the John F. Kennedy Causeway to get donuts.
But something went terribly wrong, she said, sending her 2012 BMW sedan into the building through a window, shattering the glass façade and tossing merchandise.
"I thought I was braking, and I was accelerating, and the car just flew right in," Marylin told NBC6, adding "it happened so fast that the only thing that went through my head was 'oh my God,' I hope everybody's okay, I hope nothing happened to anyone."
Fortunately, no one was injured in the accident. Marylin told WSVN she believes her car mat was lodged beneath her pedals when the crash occurred.