Hungerford Tesco store crash leaves two injured

Tesco - Hungerford
Image caption The vehicles were removed from the scene later in the evening

Two people have been injured after two cars and a minibus crashed into a Tesco supermarket in Berkshire.

Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service said the collision happened at the Everland Road store in Hungerford shortly before 17:00 GMT.

Firefighters cut two people free from the vehicles. They have been taken to hospital.

Structural engineers were brought in to assess the building. A large crack was visible in a front pillar.

The store is expected to be open for business on Friday.

A Tesco spokesman said: "Police are investigating the incident at our Hungerford store and we are supporting them with their enquiries.

"Our thoughts and best wishes are with those involved in the incident."

Image caption A crack was visible on a pillar outside the supermarket

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