SEATTLE - Just after midnight Monday morning a driver crashed into the City Target store at 2nd Avenue and Pike Street in downtown Seattle.
The Seattle Police Department is investigating the incident. They are now calling it a hit-and-run.
According to a witness at the scene, an SUV hit the building after the driver collided with another vehicle. When KIRO 7 arrived, the vehicle or vehicles involved had left the scene.
The Seattle Fire Department was on scene trying to fix a water leak in the building that was apparently caused by the impact.
Employees at the store tell us the City Target store will be open for business Monday morning.
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