22 people were injured Monday night after an SUV crashed into the Inwood Bar and Grill in Manhattan. The suspect who caused the crash fled the scene and the New York Police Department is still searching for the suspect.

The hit-and-run took place just before 9 p.m. on Monday, ABC News reports. According to police, an Audi sedan exited a gas station near the restaurant and collided into the rear of a Toyota RAV4, causing it to crash into the building.

Video footage shows the suspect turning quickly onto Broadway where the driver strikes the other vehicle before driving off in the opposite direction.

The suspect was potentially fleeing a dispute at a nearby gas station when he rammed into the SUV, causing the driver of that car to lose control and then crash into the restaurant.

Police say the investigation is ongoing as the search for the suspect in the Audi continues.

The 31-year-old driver of the Toyota RAV4 was brought to New York Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center under stable condition along with 18 others. The driver said that he works for Uber and was driving with a passenger when the crash occurred.

"When he hit me, I think like, my life is gone," driver Sory Toure told CBS New York.

Among those injured were a seven and 10-year-old. There were no life-threatening injuries reported and three people refused medical attention, according to NYPD.