Apple CEO Tim Cook visited victims of the Apple Store crash last week

Sami Fathi

Apple CEO Tim Cook visited victims of an accident last week at an Apple Store in the Greater Boston area when an SUV crashed into the front of the store, injuring several people and killing one.

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According to local news channel Boston 25 News, Cook visited the victims of the plane crash at the South Shore Hospital with Deidra O'Brien, the company's head of retail and staff. The hospital said in a statement that they are “thankful to Apple's Tim Cook and Deirdre O'Brien for being able to come to South Shore Hospital on Friday to visit some of the patients affected during last week's tragedy at the hospital. Apple Store in Hingham.”

“The sincere concern and kindness shown by Tim and his team during this visit greatly helped to lift the spirits of patients and our colleagues,” statement by Allen Smith, president of the hospital, added.< /p>

Apple said in a statement following the crash that it was “devastated by the shocking events” and the “tragic loss of a professional who supported the store's recent construction.” “We are doing everything we can to support our team members and customers during this very difficult time,” the statement said. According to a notice on the Apple website, the store is currently closed.

During his visit to Hingham, Massachusetts, Cook also stopped by a local diner, according to Boston 25 News and the restaurant's Facebook post.

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