Boston, MA - On Monday, January 7, 2019, a car crashed into Marty’s Liquor Store located in Allston, MA. The crash happened overnight, leaving one person seriously injured in the end.

The incident happened a little after 2:00 a.m. on January 7th. The Boston Police were called to the scene of the crash soon thereafter. According to reports, the car had driven directly into Marty’s storefront located on North Beacon Street. All end results were caught on the store’s video surveillance system.

The Boston Police officials have stated that the car must have jumped a curb at the corner of North Beacon and Arthur streets before ending up in the liquor store. By the looks of the investigation, the car seemed to hit a sign and a tree after jumping the curb. The final stop of the crash was Marty’s liquor store, where the car ended up in the storefront, on its side.

Once police officials and medical personnel arrived on the scene, they assessed the driver’s injuries and transported the driver to the local hospital. All injuries were non-life-threatening.

As of now, no arrests have been made throughout the investigation. The car that crashed into the storefront was towed shortly after the incident, at approximately 5:30 a.m. There is no other vital additional information available to the public at this time regarding the investigation.

The owner of Marty’s Liquor Store in Allston, Marty Siegal, stated that there was a good amount of damage done to his store. Much of the merchandise was lost, causing Siegal to dispose of the contents and lose out on the store’s profit. After calculating all losses, Siegal was said to know the extent of the damage financially and physically on Tuesday afternoon. This information has not been released to the public.

Police officials are unaware if the driver was under the influence of alcohol or drugs at the time of the crash. This information may or may not be released once the investigation has been concluded. Court dates have yet to be decided if any.