SANTA ANA ( — A family of three were injured Wednesday after an SUV crashed into a fast-food restaurant in Orange County.

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The driver of a white Ford Expedition was attempting to get behind a school bus when he lost control and scrapped the back of the bus around 12:30 p.m. The SUV, going about 10 mph, then jumped a curb and slammed into the Big K’s Burgers restaurant at 1320 W. First St., officials said.

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A man and woman in their 30s and their 5-year-old daughter were sitting at a table when the vehicle crashed into the building. The man was trapped under the SUV, while the woman and her daughter were thrown and struck by debris. All three were transported to a local hospital in stable condition.

The California Highway Patrol is investigating the incident, including images from a surveillance camera from a business across the street from Big K’s Burgers.

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The one child on the school was reportedly uninjured.