A Tejano band's tour bus and a Chevrolet Impala ended up inside a north Fort Worth tire shop early Sunday after a collision at an intersection, police reported.
The Impala's 19-year-old driver ran a stop sign about 2 a.m. in the 1200 block of Northwest 25th Street and hit the bus, causing both to crash into the Underwood Tire store, Lt. Dan Draper, a police spokesman, said.
The Impala driver was taken to a hospital in serious condition, he said. Three passengers on the bus and its driver were taken to hospitals with non-life-threatening injuries, he said. Their conditions could not be learned Monday.
The crash destroyed the building's east wall and damaged equipment in the building, Gary Underwood, president of Underwood Tire, said. "We're just lucky it happened late and not while we were all at work," he said.
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The aftermath of the crash was documented on the social-networking Web site MySpace.com, where a member posted video of emergency personnel transporting the bus' driver and of tow trucks removing the vehicles from the building.
The MySpace posting and Underwood identified the music group as Compadre Show de Durango, based in Marietta, Okla. The band, whose members are originally from Mexico, has been touring the United States, according to their MySpace page.