Thorntons gas station near me: SUV overturns while Kendra Nance flees car crash caught on camera says Forest Park Police Department

FOREST PARK, Ill. (WLS) — A driver overturned his SUV while trying to escape an accident that occurred at a western suburbs gas station on Sunday, police said.

Police say it all started after the suspect, Kendra Nance, and her boyfriend had an argument at the Thornton gas station in Forest Park before the violence broke out, involving another customer. No one was seriously injured, but the video may be disturbing to watch.

ABC7 froze one video right after Nance crashes into a parked van, because, moments later, he narrowly misses two women while dragging a man, whom investigators say is his girlfriend.

Cell phone video captured the crash before another happened seconds later, involving the same driver.

“We really had no idea. Like I said, we went there to buy gas and mud,” said Jeremy Martin, a witness.

Martin records the entire ordeal at the gas station.

“They started arguing because he heard other people laughing at him,” said Aliyah Davis, another witness.

Martin said he came into the shop just after 3pm when a brief stop became a long wait, because he saw two women arguing with Nance.

“They were throwing bottles at him, at the man and woman and the car. He just got in the car and said, ‘I'm going to run you over.' He thought he was playing,” Martin said.

However, police said, Nance intentionally crashed his SUV at a gas station. After crashing into the van, he didn't get far.

Police said Nance attempted to flee, but was hit at the Harlem and Jackson intersection.

No one was seriously injured, but the SUV then flipped over on its roof. Later, Nance is seen walking out of the wreckage.

“I ran to the car to see what was going on. I thought he was hurt. Gosh, he couldn't be from this planet. He got out of the car, ‘Ha ha ha!'” Martin said.

Debris has been cleared while the police investigation is ongoing.

“It could have gone left so thank goodness it didn't,” Davis said.

Nance faces a long list of charges, including aggravated assault and reckless driving, and is due in court Tuesday morning.