A car crashed through a brick wall near a petrol station in Chippenham.

Wiltshire Police were called to the crashed Vauxhall shortly after 10.15am on Tuesday, June 18 along with the ambulance and fire service.

Wiltshire Specialist Operations originally shared the crash on their social media.

The post reads: “You can’t park there Sir! RPU [road policing unit], response, Fire and Ambulance (as a precaution) at this non-injury collision in Chippenham. 

“Details being swapped. Going to be an interesting recovery.”

The police and ambulance service have released details of their response to the incident, where no serious injuries were recorded.

A Wiltshire Police spokesperson said: “We were called to Hungerdown Lane, Chippenham shortly after 10.15am on June 18 following a report that a Vauxhall Meriva had collided with a wall near to the petrol station. 

“The driver was not seriously injured. Recovery was arranged for the vehicle.”

A South Western Ambulance Service spokesperson said: “We were called at 10:14hrs on Tuesday 18 June to an incident in Chippenham. 

“We sent one double-crewed land ambulance to the scene."