The gas station at the center of a viral video of a man throwing his mother-in-law through a window has been seized by authorities in Georgia.
The video, which went viral, shows the woman, who is seen leaving the gas station and then getting into a car, before being hit by a car.
It was captured by a camera at the convenience store and was posted online on Tuesday by the Atlanta-based website Lad Bible.
A spokesperson for the Department of Public Safety told CNN affiliate WSBTV that it has seized the gas store and is working to return it to its owners.
The incident has drawn attention to a nationwide trend of people throwing people through windows to get gas, and authorities have seized more than 10,000 vehicles and gas stations for this purpose, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation.
The gas station video was filmed in January 2016 in the Atlanta suburb of Cobb County.
It has since been shared on social media and has been viewed more than 5 million times on YouTube.