DAVENPORT, Iowa — The H&R Block location along Harrison and 4th streets in Davenport has boarded up its windows after a car crashed into the building Tuesday night.
Davenport police told News 8 that the incident happened at 11:23 p.m.
A Kia Sportage, occupied by a driver and two passengers, was traveling southbound in the 400 block of Harrison Street when it ran the red light at 4th Street. It then struck a Jeep Cherokee before leaving the roadway and crashing into the H&R Block at the corner. Police say the Jeep had been reported stolen out of Rock Island.
The two juvenile occupants in the Jeep fled on foot but were captured after a short foot pursuit. The passenger was transported to a nearby hospital for minor injuries. Two of the three occupants of the Kia were transported to a nearby hospital for minor injuries as well.
Police say charges are pending in this case.
H&R Block later provided a short statement:
The safety of our clients and associates is our top priority and we’re happy to learn that no one was badly injured. We remain open for business and have continued welcoming clients with the expertise and care for which H&R Block is known.
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