Police in Massachusetts are investigating an accident Thursday evening in which a car with an anti-Trump bumper stick crashed through the glass window of a pro-Trump store in the town of Easton.
The Easton Police Department has posted A video of the incident on its Facebook page that shows a black Volkswagen Jetta smashing through the front window of the store, which sells pro-President Trump merchandise.
One employee, who was not injured, was in the store at the time of the crash at about 5 p.m.
A large sign outside the store is a sign in the style and font of the Trump campaign's signature merchandise that reads "T-shirts, hats, flags, and more."
Pro-Trump flags also fill most of the window space.
The video shows the vehicle plowing through the window and going several yards into the store, knocking over racks of shirts.
The owner of the store, Keith Lambert, told a local news outlet that just before the car crashed through the window "there was a little boy with his mother shopping right in that spot."
"Thank God nobody got hurt, that's all I can say," he said.
Police have identified the driver only as a 46-year-old man from the nearby town of Raynham, who was taken to a nearby to be treated for non-life-threatening injuries.
No charges have been reported, and the accident remains under investigation.
Images of bumper stickers on the back of the Jetta appear to show an image of the former president with a barcode on Trump's upper lip that looks to be a reference to Adolf Hitler's image.
The sticker also includes a Voltaire quotation that reads, "Those who can make you believe absurdities, can make you commit atrocities."