Car crash by Lowestoft supermarket
Four cars were damaged after an elderly motorist leaving a north Suffolk supermarket drove straight into them after his foot got trapped on his accelerator.
The accident happened outside the Morrisons supermarket at Gisleham, near Lowestoft, on Saturday afternoon when the male motorist left its petrol forecourt.
He suffered a minor wrist injury in the collision.
The accident scene was cleared by 5pm.
A police spokesman said officers received reports of the accident at 3pm and said it appeared the motorist's foot had got trapped on his accelerator.
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