A car came off the road and crashed through a brick wall and into a house this evening (Tuesday, May 31). One witness said there were at least four police vehicles and one fire engine on the scene.
Pictures from the aftermath of the incident show a black car on the lawn of a house on Broomhill Road in Brislington, just on the corner of Ironmould Lane. Pictures also show a huge chunk taken out of the brick wall surrounding the property’s garden, with bricks strewn across the grass.
There are no apparent holes or gaps in the actual brickwork of the property itself, however the car certainly appears to be touching it. It is not yet clear the real extent of damage, however police have confirmed that no-one was injured in the crash.
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It is not yet clear as to what happened to cause the car to crash, but police said it appeared to be a non-injury collision
Pictures also show emergency services on the scene – several police cars and one fire engine could be seen lining the street around the property, however Avon and Somerset Police have told Bristol Live that officers have now left the scene.
You can view more images from the scene in our gallery below.
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