BURIEN, Wash. — New video released by the King County Sheriff’s Office shows the moment a van slammed into a busy Ross Dress for Less store in Burien in December. Eleven people were injured, including a toddler.

Investigators said the driver of the van was under the influence of drugs and was helping another person flee after shoplifting.

Two-year-old David Menjivar is still recovering from multiple fractures at Harborview Medical Center. David’s family told KING 5 he may have brain damage.

The child has spent time in intensive care, and it could be months before he's well enough to return home, his family said.

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Obdulio Chiche is the boy's grandfather and is also recovering from severe injuries to his legs.

“It’s a lot of stress,” Chiche said.

The expenses are piling up while Chiche and his grandson recuperate. Chiche said his medical bills currently exceed $90,000.

King County Sheriff's spokesman Sgt. Ryan Abbott said first responders were so moved after speaking to David's family that they organized a collection within the department. They then extended it to the public through the family's GoFundMe account.

WATCH: Exterior footage of Burien Ross crash