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Car drives into trolley park at ASDA supermarket in Ipswich

PUBLISHED: 14:42 06 November 2017 | UPDATED: 14:42 06 November 2017

A car crashed into a trolley park at Asda in Ipswich today. Picture: ADRIAN MATTHEWS

A car crashed into a trolley park at Asda in Ipswich today. Picture: ADRIAN MATTHEWS

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A car has driven into a trolley park at ASDA supermarket on Whitehouse Industrial Estate in Ipswich.

Police were called to reports of the collision, off Goddard Road, at around 9.20am today, Monday, November 6.

A police spokeswoman said the incident involved a Hyundai Getz car.

She said: There are thought to be only minor injuries.

“It is a single vehicle collision.

“Someone has driven a car into the trolley park in the car park.”

She added that the trolley shelter has sustained significant damage.

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