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Four injured as car mounts pavement in Thirsk
8:33am Monday 1st October 2012 in News
FOUR people including a four-year-old girl were injured when a car mounted a pavement and hit them outside a shop.
The collision happened in Thirsk Market Place at 9.15am on Friday when a red car struck the group outside the Co-operative store. They all suffered minor injuries, but none needed hospital treatment.
The driver was also uninjured, PC Chris Dundon, of Thirsk Police, praised staff at the shop who helped the group.
He said: “They reacted very quickly to come to the aid of the pedestrians, who thankfully did not sustain any serious injuries.”