WILSON, N.C. (WNCN) — Wilson police say they’re investigating after a man crashed an SUV into a Hardee’s Sunday morning and killed two customers who were brothers.

At about 9:47 a.m. on August 14, police said Jesse Lawrence, 78, of Wilson crashed his silver SUV into the Hardee’s on Forest Hills Road near Walmart.

UPDATE: SUV in Hardee’s crash that killed brothers had just gone through car wash in Wilson, officials say

Christopher Ruffin, 58, of Wilson died at the scene. Another customer, Clay Ruffin, 62, was also hit by the SUV, police said.

Clay Ruffin, who was Christopher Ruffin’s brother, was taken to ECU Health Medical Center but later died, police said.

Lawrence was taken to the Wilson Medical Center where he was treated and released, police said.

UPDATE: SUV in Hardee’s crash that killed brothers had just gone through car wash in Wilson, officials say

Police said multiple officers remain on the scene along with the police department’s Strategic Traffic Enforcement Patrol Unit.

Only the Ruffin brothers were hit by the SUV in the incident, police said.

However according to an official report released on Wednesday, a child, who was “sitting at a nearby table” when the crash happened was “struck by debris from the collision.”

“At this time, officers are still investigating the incident but do not believe it to be medical or impairment related,” Wilson police said in a news release.

A large part of the Hardee’s was damaged and crime scene tape was up around the parking lot.

UPDATE: SUV in Hardee’s crash that killed brothers had just gone through car wash in Wilson, officials say

“I just saw all the police tape, I saw all the cop cars,  but when I pulled across, I saw the van and a bunch of people outside,” said Phillip Johnson who spotted the scene while headed to work. “It’s not something you can really process. It happens. It’s not even something that you can think could happen. But it just happened.”

The Hardee’s was later boarded up.

The 2300 block of Forest Hills Road between Westwood Ave. and Walmart was temporarily shut down, but later reopened, according to police.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Wilson Police Department at 252-399-2323 or Crime Stoppers at 252-243-2255.