The driver of an SUV that crashed through a Boston-area Apple store killing one and injuring 16 was charged Tuesday with reckless homicide by motor vehicle.

Prosecutors allege that Bradley Rein, 53, drove his 2019 Toyota 4Runner through the busy store on Monday in Hingham, Mass. about 20 miles southeast of Boston.

First responders described a chaotic scene. People were injured on the sidewalk and inside the store and several victims were pinned against a wall by the vehicle, Hingham Fire Chief Steve Murphy said.

CNN reports emergency workers used a nearby restaurant to treat mangled limbs, severe head trauma and other serious injuries.

"First responders found coworkers and other bystanders rendering first aid to multiple victims in need of urgent care," said the Hingham Police Department.

Police identified Kevin Bradley, 65, of New Jersey, as the victim killed at the scene.

Investigators have not released any more details.

"Our hearts go out to our team members and customers who were injured and all of those who were affected by this terrible incident," Apple said in a statement. "We are doing everything we can to support our team members and customers at this very difficult time."

Apple said the store will remain closed indefinitely.