Police in Piqua have released surveillance video of a car that struck another car at a local gas station and then crashed into a house.

WATCH: Driver slams parked car, injures child

Tyla McReynolds, 32, is accused of crashing a stolen minivan at 12:08 p.m. Friday into another minivan parked at Shell gas station, 600 South St., Piqua police Lt. Jason Preston said.

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The crash was caught on video.

The driver of the parked minivan stepped away momentarily to pay for gas, leaving two young children and a dog in the vehicle. That’s when Preston said McReynolds drove off the street, hit the parked van and crashed into a yard across the street, barely tapping the house. McReynolds then ran from the wrecked van and was caught a short time later, the lieutenant said.

The 4-year-old boy was not strapped into a seat because the minivan was parked, and he was partly ejected out the back window, Preston said. A 2-year-old also was in the car but was still in a child seat and did not suffer any injuries, he said. A family member said the dog, named Patches, was severely injured.

McReynolds suffered a laceration to the top of her head. Preston said she was booked into the Miami County Jail on suspicion of felony hit-skip and felony theft.

McReynolds is being held on $15,000 cash bond.

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