A driver was treated by paramedics after his car crashed into a building in York.
Police were called at around 9.50am today (Tuesday) to reports that a car had collided with a building on an industrial estate on Sutton Road, Wigginton, York.
A North Yorkshire Police spokesperson said: “The collision caused damage to the building, three vehicles, street furniture and a gas pipe. The gas has been made safe by gas engineers.
“The driver of the car was treated by the ambulance service at the scene and the council were called in to deal with the damage to street furniture.”
Fire crews from Huntington and York went to the incident.
“The vehicle had collided with a building, rupturing a gas main in the process,” said a fire service spokesperson.
“On the arrival of crews, the driver was out of the vehicle suffering with chest pains having had a medical episode at the wheel.
“Crews isolated the gas and electric supply to the building and ventilated any residual gas.
“A male casualty was left in the care of ambulance crews. Crews handed the incident over to the building landlord and gas engineers.”
A spokesperson for the Yorkshire Ambulance Service said: “We received an emergency call at 9.46am today to reports of an overturned vehicle on Sutton Road in Wiggington.
“An ambulance was dispatched to the scene and one patient was conveyed to York Hospital.”