76 Yr Old Woman Crashes Car In Florida Market, Injures 10 People VIDEO

Florida police have released a shocking video showing a 76-year-old woman crashing through a supermarket with her car and plowing into shoppers.

Woman, 76, Crashes Car Into Florida Market, Injures 10

An image from the security camera shows Thelma Wagenhoffer's 2004 Toyota Camry crashing through the front door on Saturday.

Victims included 80-year-old couple, 3-month-old baby; car plowed into shoppers 'like bowling pins'

Florida police have released a shocking video showing a 76-year-old woman crashing through a supermarket with her car and plowing into shoppers.

Thelma Wagenhoffer, of Palm coast, injured ten people on Saturday afternoon — including a couple in their 80's and a 3-month-old baby — when her 2004 Toyota Camry smashed through the glass entrance of a Publix market and tore through the store for some 50 feet.

Video of the horrific crash was posted on The Daytona Beach News-Journal's website.

"When you see the video you realize it's a miracle no one got killed," Florida Highway Patrol Capt. Jerry Crews told the newspaper.

Three people, including Lupo Mario Hernandez, 83, who was pinned beneath the car, and his wife Maria Hernandez, 81, were seriously injured and recovering in hospitals in Daytona Beach and Palm Coast, according to the News-Journal.

The other injured were either treated or released over the weekend or walked away with minor injuries.

Lasaunda Hampton, 33, and her 3-month-old son, Tyshawn Davis, who was in a stroller, were among the first people struck by Wagenhoffer's car.

In the video, they can be seen siting on a bench next to the entrance's sliding glass door when the car suddenly comes barreling into view.

Warning: Video contains graphic images



In an instant, the victims vanish, a trail of debris and wreckage left in the car's wake.

"She just pushed everybody out the way like bowling pins," Hampton told the News-Journal.

Hampton suffered injuries to her legs and had glass in her feet. The toddler escaped with just a bump on his head.

"It was like a little angel was watching over him," she said.

Wagenhoffer, who was not injured, was charged with careless driving on Tuesday.

Florida police found no malfunction in the car that would have caused the crash.