The plasma clinic caught on fire and the blaze has since been extinguished.
Three people were killed after a car crashed into a building in Pittsburgh on Saturday, the city’s public safety department said.
The building — a plasma clinic — caught on fire, and the blaze has since been extinguished, according to ABC Pittsburgh affiliate WTAE-TV.
Ten employees and five donors were in the plasma clinic at the time, public safety director Wendell Hissrich told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Several people were injured, including one in critical condition, Hissrich told the newspaper.