A 53-year-old man was charged with reckless homicide with a motor vehicle after allegedly driving his SUV into a Massachusetts Apple store Monday, according to the district attorney’s office.
Bradley Rein of Hingham, Massachusetts, was arrested Monday and spent the night in jail after one person was killed and at least 19 more were injured when he allegedly drove a black 2019 Toyota 4Runner into an Apple store in Hingham Monday morning.
According to a police report, Rein said his “right foot became stuck on the accelerator and his vehicle accelerated,” WCVB reported. The police report added that “Rein stated that he used his left foot to try to brake but was unable to stop the vehicle and the vehicle crashed through the front of the Apple store.”
Two years ago, Rein was taken into custody and cited for driving under the influence after crashing in Vermont, according to the Vermont State Police. He has no criminal history in Massachusetts.
Emergency responders arrived on the scene about 20 miles southeast of Boston, where the SUV had driven through the storefront and onto the sales floor, causing multiple traumatic injuries. The injured were transported to local hospitals.
Dr. Jason Tracy, Chief of Emergency…