A driver jumped a curb on the Upper East Side Monday afternoon, slamming into the facade of an office building and injuring two, fire officials said.
The crash occurred around 2:24 p.m. on 2nd Avenue near 79th Street, the driver having apparently lost control of his car and careened into the window of brokerage company Bond New York. An employee at the nearby Klein Kitchen and Bath said the driver was in the process of spitting out the window when his car slammed into another vehicle, and, eventually, the building. She refused to elaborate further.
An employee who answered the phone at Bond New York declined to comment on the state of the building, but did say that the company was open for business and would remain so despite the crash.
According to NBC, the injured parties were passengers in the car.