Car crashes into house in Coopers Bank Road, Lower Gornal

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A car has crashed through the window of a house in the Black Country, causing structural damage.

The driver of the car was treated by paramedics after the crash, which happened in Coopers Bank Road in Lower Gornal shortly after 08.00 GMT.

A spokesman for West Midlands Fire Service said the car went through a large window.

No-one was inside the house at the time and there were no further injuries. A structural engineer is at the scene.

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