An investigation underway after police van collided with a house in Scarborough.
It happened on Seamer Road at around 10.50pm last night (Friday, 3 June) as it was on route to a report of an emergency.
No injuries to the homeowner or the two officers were reported.
A North Yorkshire Police spokesperson said: “Other officers attended the emergency call which was a report of a disturbance at a house in the Quarry Mount area of Scarborough.
“They were able to resolve the issue without further incident.”
Temporary accommodation has been found for the homeowner to allow structural engineers to assess the house.
The police vehicle, which sustained front end damage, has been recovered while collision investigators continue to work at the scene.