Car slams into building during four vehicle crash in

Firefighters also scrambled to the scene and the road was shut
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A car slammed into a building during a four-vehicle smash in Shropshire. Emergency services were quickly dispatched to the scene in the Low Town area of Bridgnorth after reports of the pile-up involving multiple cars.
They discovered four cars had been involved in a collision in St Johns Street at about 5.50pm yesterday (January 17). One of the cars struck a building, police confirmed.
Firefighters also scrambled to the scene, as well as workers from Shropshire Council. The road had to be shut while emergency services dealt with the incident.
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No one was injured in the collision. West Mercia Police said: "At around 5.50pm on Tuesday, January 17, officers received a report of a collision involving four cars on St Johns Street in Bridgnorth.
"Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service also attended the scene along with council colleagues due to a building being struck by one of the vehicles. None of those involved in the collision were injured."
Bridgnorth Police also took to Twitter to warn members of the public the street was shut and they should use alternative routes. Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service Fire Control said two fire engines from Bridgnorth and Much Wenlock were sent to the scene.
The vehicles were made 'electrically safe' before crews left the area just after 7pm. Shropshire Council has been contacted for comment.
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