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Three killed after truck crashes into Iowa Walmart

The Walmart in Pella, Iowa.

The Walmart in Pella, Iowa.  (Google Street View)

A pickup truck rammed through the front door of a Walmart in Iowa Thursday morning, killing three people, police confirmed.

The crash in Pella appeared to be an accident -- not intentional, according to investigators. State police told Fox News there was "nothing suspicious" about the crash.

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Investigators said at least two other people were hurt, including the truck driver. None of the people killed or injured were children, Patrol Sgt. Nathan Ludwig said.

"We’re heartbroken by what appears to be a tragic accident," Walmart told WHO-TV.

A photo posted by the Des Moines Register showed the truck stopped in the produce section with debris scattered across the floor.

Crews evacuated the store after the crash. Fire trucks and ambulances rushed to the scene.

Pella is about 40 miles southeast of Des Moines.

Fox News' Ruth Ravve and The Associated Press contributed to this report.