Car with L-plates on crashes through front of Currys PC World
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A car has smashed into the front of Currys PC World in Bury St Edmunds.
The police were called shortly after 9.30am today to reports that a car has crashed through the wall near the front entrance of the technology store in Easlea Road.
A driver and a passenger were seen by paramedics however they are not believed to be seriously injured.
The car involved was a black Chrysler people carrier which had L-plates on.
The front of the car was embedded in the wall.
Police officers remain on the scene while they wait for recovery.
The store is currently closed.
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An East of England Ambulance Service spokesman said: "We were called just before 9.40am today to reports of a collision in Easlea Road, Bury St Edmunds.
"We sent one ambulance. No one required transport to hospital."
A spokesman for Currys PC World said: "Most importantly, we're very thankful that no-one was injured and we're working closely with the relevant authorities.
"The store will remain closed today but we will be open tomorrow morning at 9am."