Supporters offer updates on condition of teen injured in Parker store crash

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PARKER, Colo. — The family of a teenager injured when a vehicle crashed into a store in Parker last weekend is keeping family and friends up to date on her condition.

Rylie Guentensberger was critically injured when a vehicle plowed through a store in Parker.

Rylie Guentensberger suffered severe injuries when the car drove into the store. She was taken to to Children’s Hospital Colorado.

Officials said a vehicle traveled front to back through the RNK Running and Walking store at 13019 S. Parker Road.

Store owner Jim Browning said the vehicle sped into the parking lot, jumped a median, hit the store manager’s vehicle, jumped another median and then ran through the store.

Seven people were injured in the crash and investigators say the driver might have experienced a medical incident that possibly caused the crash.

Guentensberger’s mother was in the store at the time of the crash said the family is “grateful for the outpouring of love and offers of support from the public.

A rally was held Monday at Aspen View Academy to support Rylie and her family.

The latest post on the Rally for Rylie Facebook page said the teen’s condition has been “fairly uneventful.”

Contributors to the Rally for Rylie Facebook page say they will continue to offer updates about the injured teenager’s condition.