Phoenix pickup truck crashes into museum, driver taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries

Arizona driver is being evaluated for non-life threatening injuries

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A pickup truck crashed into a building in Phoenix on Wednesday morning, leaving the driver with injuries that are considered non-life threatening.

The pickup truck crashed into the Pioneer Arizona Living History Museum, according to Fox 10.

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A vehicle crashed into a building in Phoenix on Wednesday morning, leaving the driver with injuries that are considered non-life threatening.

A vehicle crashed into a building in Phoenix on Wednesday morning, leaving the driver with injuries that are considered non-life threatening. (Daisy Mountain Fire & Medical)

A spokesperson for the Phoenix Police Department told Fox News Digital that the incident was a "single vehicle collision," and said that the suspected driver was taken to a nearby hospital to be evaluated for non-life threatening injuries.

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A vehicle crashed into a building in Phoenix on Wednesday morning, leaving the driver with injuries that are considered non-life threatening.

A vehicle crashed into a building in Phoenix on Wednesday morning, leaving the driver with injuries that are considered non-life threatening. (Daisy Mountain Fire & Medical)

The cause of the crash is currently unknown, according to Daisy Mountain Fire & Medical. No one inside the museum was hurt during the crash, according to the report. 

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The Pioneer Living History Museum

The Pioneer Living History Museum (Marine 69-71/Marine 69-71)

The incident is currently under investigation, according to the report.