A car crash early Friday morning in Greenville ended after the car flipped several times, landing in a Lowe's Hardware parking lot.
The accident happened around 1:30 a.m. at the home improvement store on 10th St. Officials on the scene said the car rolled several times and came to a stop about 300 feet from where it initially went off the road. Before coming to a stop, the car cleared three trees in its path.
In the path between where the car went off the road and where it came to rest, a line of debris littered the parking lot, including glass, the car's hood, a vacuum cleaner, a tv, even the car's battery.
Paramedics found the driver sitting on the curb with no apparent major injuries. Officials have not yet determined what caused the crash. Lt. Richard Allsbrook with Greenville Police Department says there is suspicion that alcohol was involved.
Greenville Utilities was called to the scene to help since the car also struck a sprinkler system near the road, sending out gushing water.