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Harpurhey supermarket crash: Seven pedestrians injured

Harpurhey crash scene
Image caption Six people with "serious injuries" were treated after the crash in Harpurhey

Seven pedestrians were taken to hospital with serious injuries after a crash in a Greater Manchester supermarket car park.

Police responded to reports a Kia Venga had collided with two other cars and a number of pedestrians at the Asda in Harpurhey at around 15:30 BST on Monday.

They arrested an 80-year-old man on suspicion of dangerous driving.

North West Ambulance Service treated six people with "serious injuries".

It said the air ambulance, six ambulances and three senior doctors were sent to the scene.

Image copyright Twitter/Pat Karney
Image caption A local councillor tweeted a photo of the air ambulance near Edward Grant Court

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