HALLANDALE BEACH, FLA. (WSVN) - Five people, including a baby, were transported following a serious SUV wreck in Hallandale Beach.

The crash happened near the intersection of Hallandale Beach Boulevard and Federal Highway, just before 1 a.m., Friday.

A black Range Rover reportedly slammed into the side of a Flanigan’s restaurant after colliding with a white GMC while traveling southbound.

The black Range Rover could be seen with significant damage in the bed of a tow truck.

Witnesses said they saw several people ejected from the vehicle, including a child. They also said a nearby palm tree caught fire after the impact.

“I heard, just, ‘boom,'” said witness Maurice Taylor. “I couldn’t hear anything else, but I saw fire going up. The fire truck came, put out the fire.”

The Range Rover went over a wall after the crash before bursting into flames.

Video sent in by a 7News viewer showed the high flames coming from the car.

“About 10 minutes after, I went out and saw one of the cars bust into flames,” said Taylor, “and they were moving people out of the car and putting them on the ground.”

An engine could also be seen thrown feet away from the crash.

Each of the victims went to various hospitals in unknown conditions.

Staff at the Flanigan’s restaurant has put a tarp over the damaged part of the building.

Officers have not yet been able to determine who was at fault.

Police blocked off several blocks in the area for hours. The roadways have since been reopened.

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