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Cupertino: Car crashes into Starbucks, injuring two


Two people were injured Thursday when a car drove into a Starbucks in Cupertino.

Aftermath of crash at Starbucks in Cupertino, July 7, 2022. (Bay City News Service)Aftermath of crash at Starbucks in Cupertino, July 7, 2022. (Bay City News Service) 

Deputies were called at 12:03 p.m. about the crash at the Starbucks at Homestead Crossing, a shopping center at Homestead Road and Foothill Expressway.

Deputy Russell Davis, spokesperson for the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Department, said a BMW sedan driven by a woman in her 60s jumped a curb and went through a window of about 8 by 10 feet.

Two people inside the shop suffered non-life-threatening injuries. They were taken to a hospital.

The driver was uninjured. She was cooperating with investigators.

The Starbucks shares a building with a Wells Fargo at the front of the parking lot.

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