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MIAMI SPRINGS, Fla. (WSVN) — Officials have released the surveillance video after a teen driving a minivan without a license crashed into a gas pump, Monday.
A driver is seen on surveillance video pumping gas when a minivan suddenly slams into a gas pump, creating a huge fire at the Valero gas station on 48th Avenue and 36th Street in Miami Springs.
The driver who was pumping gas was forced to run and escape the fire.
According to police, the 16-year-old who was driving the vehicle did not have a license.
The teen is seen getting out of the minivan and running inside the store. Moments later, he tired getting back into the vehicle to possibly move it, when he realized it was not a good idea.
Workers at the nearby car wash heard the sudden crash. “We were working when we heard the impact first and then we looked and saw the fire,” said car wash employee Donaldo through a translator.
Donaldo quickly grabbed the water hose and tried to put out the fire until firefighter arrived. “We tried to stop it like anyone would,” he said. “We threw water on it and thank God we were able to control the fire.”
No injuries were reported.
Police have deemed it an accident. The 16-year-old has not been charged.