Emergency services rushed to a busy Wiltshire A-road after two teenage girls were hit by a car.

Two girls, both aged 13, were struck by a car on the A342 in Devizes shortly before 4pm on Sunday, April 7.

Both of the teenage pedestrians suffered minor injuries in the incident and did not need to be taken to hospital.

Police were among the emergency services that raced to the scene, however no arrests were made.

A spokesperson for the force said: “At around 3.45pm on Sunday (April 7) we responded after two 13-year-old girls were hit by a car on the A342 in Devizes.

“They both suffered reportedly minor injuries which did not require hospital treatment.

“The driver stopped at the scene and no arrests were made.”