Porsche crashes into crowd at Boise auto show injuring Eleven

Preliminary information shows that a driver of a gray Porsche was accelerating rapidly as he left the car show parking lot going onto East Overland Road. The vehicle lost control and crashed into several pedestrians on the sidewalk

Six victims were transported to an area hospital by ambulance, and five were taken by private vehicle.

"The investigation is ongoing, once it's complete the investigation will be forwarded to the prosecutor for possible charges", the Boise Police Department Twitter post says.

Charles LeBar said the eleven were seriously, but not critically, injured.

It happened shortly before 11 a.m. Saturday during two events at the complex, Cars and Coffee and Rock'N Brews & BBQ. The driver is cooperating with the investigation.

Witnesses told police the Porsche and some other drivers were "kind of showing off for the crowd" as they left the parking lot where the event is held and the driver lost control going too fast, LeBar said.

"We do not have any information that this was an intentional act", Lebar said.

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Eastbound Overland Road was closed from Entertainment Way to Cole Road as a crash reconstruction team investigated Saturday afternoon.

Steve Vatcher and his son, Ean, were among those who saw the crash. "There were people's shoes that went flying".

On social media, witnesses have suggested children were among those hit.

The driver is cooperating with the investigation and his Porsche was featured in the vehicle show, according to police.

In Facebook messages to KING 5's sister station KTVB, Elizabeth Langley expressed "a person in a dark Porsche Spider was leaving Cars and Coffee, and went to wear out of the auto appear before a group along Overland viewing the autos all leave".

The event has occurred each month since 2013, according to the Facebook profile. Check back for updates as they are confirmed.