BOSTON (CBS) – A Boston city truck ran up onto a sidewalk in Chinatown and hit a person and a restaurant late Thursday morning.
It happened around 10 a.m. at the corner of Washington and Kneeland streets.READ MORE: Connecticut Man Charged In Hit-And-Run With Tractor-Trailer That Injured Mass. State Police Lieutenant
The truck was heading down Kneeland Street when it slammed into the Liuyishou Hotpot restaurant and then a person.READ MORE: 'It Means Celebrating Freedom': Communities Across Boston Celebrate 1st Juneteenth As National Holiday
The person’s condition is not known, but Boston Police told WBZ-TV the injuries do not appear to be life-threatening. They confirmed the truck belonged to the city of Boston, but did not say which department owned it. There was a Boston Transportation Department logo on the driver’s side door.MORE NEWS: 'Know The Area': Bourne Fire Chief Issues Warning To Swimmers After Recent Rescues From Rip Currents
No other information is available at this point in the investigation.