John Discko was sitting at his office desk doing some work on his computer when he heard a noise on Monday morning. The next thing he knew, a car smashed into the wall next to him at 770 River Road in Shelton. The car, a Volvo, had been parked in a space directly in front of his office at Centrix, a dental implant manufacturer where he is executive vice president. (Story continues below) See more accident photos by clicking below: http:\/\/sheltonherald.com\/19164\/more-images-of-car-into-building-accident-in-shelton\/ A vehicle being driven on River Road (Route 110) apparently swerved into the Centrix\/Mini Dental Implants of Connecticut parking lot and rammed into a few parked vehicles, including the Volvo, which then was pushed into the building\u2019s brick facade. \u201cSomeone on the road flew in here and hit all these cars,\u201d said Discko, indicating it appears the accident began on River Road. \u2018I was surprised\u2019 Parts of the building wall\u00a0crumbled and a window was smashed, only a few feet from where Discko had been sitting. Bricks and cinder blocks that formed the wall were tossed about, and the building\u2019s rebar (reinforced metal) was visible. A small table in his office had been up against the wall that was smashed. \u201cI was surprised more than scared,\u201d said Discko, a Trumbull resident. \u201cIt was like a Hollywood movie \u2014 I was watching the wall just come in and then glass came down. It happened very quickly \u2014 it was over and that was it.\u201d He hurried out of his office to safety, and was not injured. No one in the building was injured, but a driver reportedly was taken away from the scene in an ambulance. \u2018It absorbed the impact\u2019 The Volvo that caused the damage to the building was unoccupied. In fact, the parked Volvo may have protected Discko from serious injury. \u201cLuckily a car was sitting there because it absorbed the impact,\u201d he said. He said it took a minute for other people in the Centrix building to realize what had occurred. Dangerous stretch of road Discko said the part of River Road in front of the Centrix\/Mini Dental Implants of Connecticut building can be hazardous, with a lot of near-accidents. \u201cThere have been a lot of close calls,\u201d he said. Cars travel fast on that stretch of Route 110, about a mile north of Sikorsky Aircraft. The Centrix\/Mini Dental Implants building\u2019s driveway entrance is next to the driveway for the Sports Center of Connecticut, which generates a lot of vehicular traffic. There is no traffic light. \u201cIt\u2019s kind of a dangerous intersection,\u201d said Discko, with cars both entering and leaving the Sports Center so close to the Centrix\/Mini Dental Implants of Connecticut driveway. He said the biggest problem is when drivers heading northbound on River Road put their blinkers on to indicate they are turning into the Centrix\/Mini Dental Implants driveway, just north of the Sports Center. Drivers waiting to pull out of the Sports Center then presume the vehicles are turning into the Sports Center and begin to pull out.