Police officers stand near a car after it crashed into the lobby of the Trump Plaza. Reuters
A car ploughed into the main hall of a Trump Plaza in suburban New York on Tuesday night, causing minor injuries to two bystanders and the driver, news media reported.
The luxury residential property in New Rochelle is not where US President Donald Trump and his family have a residence, but was widely reported by national media nonetheless.
A local ABC affiliate said the driver casually got out of his Mercedes-Benz C300 coupe and sat on the sofa in the building’s main hall after the crash at 9pm in the city north of New York.
The crash appeared to be an accident and the driver was being questioned by the police early Wednesday, NBC and other media reported.
There was nothing suspicious about the crash, New Rochelle police told local media.
“We would like to thank the first responders for their swift attention to this evening’s incident,” a spokesperson for the Trump Organization said in an emailed statement to ABC News. “We are truly grateful to them for their service.”
Neither a representative for Trump’s properties nor the New Rochelle police were immediately available to Reuters early Wednesday for comment.
Anish Mahajan, the chief medical offer, said Woods shattered tibia and fibula bones on his right leg in multiple locations. Screws and pins were used to stabilise additional injuries in the ankle and foot.
The husband and his wife, were reportedly married on social media, were seen arguing in the middle of a residential street in Baltimore, Maryland.
An elderly woman drove straight into a bakery in New York, the police said on Tuesday. 82-year-old Kathryn Ford accidentally hit the accelerator pedal instead of applying the brakes.
The incident happened at Dolce and Biscotti in Clifton Park in the evening. A CCTV footage showed a sedan ploughing into the store.
UAE's Embassy in London welcomed over 500 friends from the UK, UAE, and internationally to a grand reception at London’s famed Natural History Museum in South Kensington to commemorate 51 years since the founding of the UAE.
"On this day, we commemorate the bright memory of the Founding Fathers, led by the late Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan, and his brothers, the Founders of the Nation, as well as their determination, wisdom and vision that established the Union.”
President His Highness Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan said that the 51st UAE National Day is a day to recall lessons of the past, and look at the present with awareness and contemplation, while looking to the future with hope, optimism and confidence.