Car crashes into house in Diss

Damage to buildings in a cul-de-sac off Denmark Street, Diss. Picture: STUART ANDERSON

Damage to buildings in a cul-de-sac off Denmark Street, Diss. Picture: STUART ANDERSON - Credit: Archant

A car crashed into a building in Diss last night causing a gas leak.

Damage to buildings in a cul-de-sac off Denmark Street, Diss. Picture: STUART ANDERSON

Damage to buildings in a cul-de-sac off Denmark Street, Diss. Picture: STUART ANDERSON - Credit: Archant

Firefighters were called to the accident involving a single vehicle in a cul-de-sac behind the Fairgreen Fish Bar in Denmark Street just before 7.45pm.

A car crashed into a building in Diss. Picture Twitter/SouthNorfolkPolice

A car crashed into a building in Diss. Picture Twitter/SouthNorfolkPolice - Credit: Twitter/SouthNorfolkPolice

Two fire crews from Diss attended the scene to assess the damage caused by the accident and to make the area safe.

A car crashed into a building in Diss. Picture Twitter/SouthNorfolkPolice

A car crashed into a building in Diss. Picture Twitter/SouthNorfolkPolice - Credit: Twitter/SouthNorfolkPolice

A wall of a bathroom annex was destroyed, leaving the interior exposed, and there was also damage to a nearby fence and building.

A car crashed into a building in Diss. Picture Twitter/SouthNorfolkPolice

A car crashed into a building in Diss. Picture Twitter/SouthNorfolkPolice - Credit: Twitter/SouthNorfolkPolice

Police and gas engineers were also at the scene.

A car crashed into a building in Diss. Picture Twitter/SouthNorfolkPolice

A car crashed into a building in Diss. Picture Twitter/SouthNorfolkPolice - Credit: Twitter/SouthNorfolkPolice


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A spokeswoman for Norfolk Fire and Rescue Service said no one was hurt in the accident.

South Norfolk Police confirmed they attended the incident.

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The female driver involved, who did not want to be named, said the incident was an accident and said she was distraught over what had happened.

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