Guildford crash: Grandfather leaves hospital

Police at the scene of the crash in the centre of Guildford
Image caption Seven people including two young children were hurt in the crash in the centre of Guildford

One of two grandparents who were seriously injured when a car mounted a pavement and hit a group of pedestrians has left hospital.

The couple were badly hurt in a crash outside The Friary Centre in Guildford on 23 October.

Their two-year-old grandson and one-year-old granddaughter were also treated in hospital.

Surrey Police said the man was released last week but the woman is expected to remain in hospital for up to a month.

A Volkswagen Polo being driven by a woman in her 80s hit the two young siblings as they sat in a children's push-along shopping trolley in front of the Friary Centre.

Their grandparents had been pushing them at the time of the incident.

Three women were also hurt in the crash.

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