A motorist drove his SUV off a road, crashed through a fence and landed on the roof of a Pittsburgh supermarket, authorities said.

Giant Eagle spokesman Dick Roberts said neither the driver nor anyone in the store was injured in the Tuesday morning crash.

Roberts said there was no structural damage to the building.

He said the SUV landed right-side up above a storage area used to prepare produce.

The Giant Eagle sits below other streets in the city's Greenfield neighborhood.

Images on WPXI-TV showed the right-rear roof slightly below street level.

Fire Chief Mike Mullen said the impact tore part of the roofing and gasoline leaked from the car into the store, leading to an evacuation.

The store reopened hours later.