CHICAGO (WLS) — Three people were injured, including a child, after an SUV crashed into a South Side daycare Friday morning.
The toddler who was in the vehicle was taken to Comer Children's Hospital in good condition, and the child's father, who was driving, remains stable.
A female teacher from the daycare was taken to the hospital to be treated for injuries as well.
None of the children from the daycare were injured.
Chopper7HD ended just after 9 a.m., and officials say the crash happened around 8:15 a.m.
An SUV sits inside the Raekwons Scholastic Daycare Academy, located on the 200 block of West 79th Street in Chicago's West Chatham neighborhood.
Some of the building glass was broken.
Chicago police officers were on the scene.
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It wasn't immediately clear what caused the crash.
Panicked parents rushed to the scene after the accident.
The owner of the daycare, Raekwon Neighbors, said its security camera showed the driver had lost control as he pulled into the parking lot.
“It shows that a car came in from the residential side, which is the west side of the lot, and he didn't hit the brakes, and it looked like he went straight through the glass, like he might have tried to hit the brakes and he hit the accelerator,” Neighbors said.
Daycare has been a neighborhood staple for over 10 years.
Neighbors said the area where the SUV crashed was where the kids used to gather to start the day, but the day had not started.
The SUV stopped at a classroom.
“I just got a call about 10 minutes ago, and my heart is broken, just having to make sure he's okay. His coat was involved in the accident, but we can change coats,” said parents Divinea Franklin.
Neighbors said the building inspector was there Friday morning; he wasn't sure if they would be able to open on Monday.