Car crashes into pillar outside town's Barclays Bank

The car has been left damaged by the collision

The car has been left damaged by the collision - Credit: St Edmundsbury Police

A driver has hit a pillar outside a bank in the centre of a market town.

Suffolk police were called to Cornhill, in Bury St Edmunds, after reports that an elderly driver had hit the pillar outside Barclays Bank. 

A spokesman for Suffolk police said there was only a low level of damage as a result of the collision and said that passers-by had been over to help the driver. 

No-one was injured as a result of the incident. 

Officers remain at the scene. 

The pillar was damaged in the collision

The pillar was damaged in the collision - Credit: St Edmundsbury Police



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