One child is in critical condition and several others were hurt after a vehicle crashed into part of a daycare in Frisco on Thursday.
A spokesman for the Frisco Police Department says six people were injured when a 17-year-old in a white Camry crashed into a fenced area at the Primrose School of Frisco in the 9100 block of Teel Parkway around 5 p.m.
Officials say the teen somehow hopped the curve from a parking spot and struck a metal fence that surrounds the school, injuring five kids and one adult. The victims were on the inside of the fence, either going in or out of the school, when they were hit.
Frisco Fire says two of the children were airlifted to Children's Medical Center in Dallas, where one is in critical condition.
Many parents had no idea about the crash until they started arriving in the afternoon to pick up their kids.
“It was a little nerve-racking. But once I found out my son was okay, then I was asking about the other kids. But luckily he's okay,” said parent Patrick Ludley. “I just wanted to make sure my son was okay. I'm sure all the other parents wanted to same.”
Police say the driver remained on the scene and has been fully cooperating with police. They have not said if he will face any charges.