SAUGUS, MASS. (WHDH) - Emergency crews responded Wednesday morning after a car slammed into a nail salon in Saugus. 

SKY7-HD flying over the scene spotted the building on Broadway with a large hole in its front wall. Photos shared with 7NEWS also showed some of the damage inside the LavanDa salon, with broken glass and debris scattered across the floor.

Police in a statement said officers responded to 1539 Broadway near 10 a.m. Officers arrived and found the car, a 2023 Mercedes, stuck in the building, according to police. 

Saugus police said there were no injuries in connection with the crash.

Later speaking with 7NEWS, workers at the salon said they were lucky no one was hurt. The car ended up in the salon’s waiting room. Though the salon was open, workers said the waiting room was empty when the vehicle came through the wall.

“I can’t explain what happened,” said Erika Dominguez, who works at an Italian restaurant next to the store that was hit. “It must have been an awful thing to happen to the owner, right? Not at this moment, we don’t need it.”

“They take good care of their people,” Dominguez said of the nail salon. “They really do.”

The car had been towed away from the scene as of around 12 p.m. but crews remained on site cleaning up debris. The hole in the wall was boarded up as of around 4 p.m.

7NEWS learned the driver in the crash, a 62-year-old Providence woman, is a client of the nail salon. 

Saugus police in an update Wednesday afternoon said the crash was an accident and the driver will not be cited.

The nail salon could be open for business again as soon as Thursday.

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