California driver smashes into daycare, at least 19 children taken to hospital

Part of the daycare's wall appeared to be destroyed following the crash, video showed

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A vehicle crashed into a daycare in California on Thursday afternoon and nearly two dozen children have been taken to the hospital, according to a report. 

At least 19 children and two staff members were inside Great Adventures Preschool and Daycare at the time of the crash, which occurred around 2:30 p.m., in Anderson, a city located about 150 miles north of Sacramento. 

According to a video taken at the scene by Redding's KRCR-TV, part of the daycare's wall appeared to be completely destroyed following the crash. 

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Part of the daycare's wall appeared to be completely destroyed following the crash

Part of the daycare's wall appeared to be completely destroyed following the crash (KCVU)

Rubble also littered the floor below a blue vehicle, which was captured fully inside the building.

At least 14 children were taken to the hospital by ambulance, while five other kids were transported to the hospital by their parents, officers at the scene told the station. 

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In Redding, Mercy Medical Hospital confirmed nine patients were transferred to the hospital. 

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There were no reported fatalities, KRCR-TV reported. Authorities have yet to provide the identity of the driver. 

This is a developing story