Several people were mowed down by a car as they waited in line outside a food pantry in Attleboro on Thursday evening.
Police say the driver of the car who hit these people had some kind of medical issue that caused her to lose control of her Hyundai Accent.
It was a chaotic scene after the car drove straight up onto the sidewalk on Sanford Street sending 5-people, who where waiting in line at the Hebron Food Pantry, to the hospital.
The car was driven by a woman that witnesses say missed the corner because she was having a seizure.
"There was a nurse right here and she went over and she said she had seizure." said witness Kathy Theroux.
One woman who waiting in line was pinned against a fence breaking her leg, while another woman, who was pregnant, also got dinged-up.
"She was due today, so I'm praying she just kinda didn't actually get hit--hit, by that car, hoping she was kinda pushed, so I hear and so I'm hoping." said witness Suzie Martin.
Martin could have been one of the victims.
She had been in line just minutes before the car plowed into the people.
"My cart was the one under her car. When I came outside I saw a bunch of people laying on the ground, the car was up on this bush." said Martin.
The pantry closed right after the accident. It normally serves about 100 people on Thursday nights.
"These poor people. everybody's having a tough time as it is. I just pray that everybody will be OK." said Martin.
Witnesses say that all the accident victims, who were hit by the car, were awake and alert as they were rushed off in ambulances.
The driver meanwhile looked like she was unconscious as she left the scene.