Two people were hurt and another is wanted by police following a rollover crash Friday afternoon in east Charlotte.
It happened at the corner of the Plaza and 34th Street. Joey Christmas saw it all from his tire shop a few feet away.
"We look up, and as we look up, the car just turned sideways and rolled, probably two times," Christmas said.
The car landed upside down at the edge of the Food Lion parking lot. Christmas said several people came over to see if anyone needed help, only to watch three people crawl out the back windshield and run behind the grocery store.
"As soon as it stopped they came flying out of the car like it was nothing, and took off running," he said.
Medic and firefighters arrived, but found no one to help. The car was empty.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg police have not said why they believe the trio ran from the older model gold Infiniti.
A few minutes after the crash, two men who were in the car came back to the scene. Both were taken to Novant Health Presbyterian with non-life-threatening injuries.
As of late Friday, police were still looking for a black woman described as wearing a pink dress, who was believed to have been in the car.