A car struck a solicitors building after a crash on Wednesday.

Emergency services were called to Bury New Road at around 6.30pm after a car reportedly struck the HCB Solicitors property following a crash involving two vehicles. 

Crews from Whitefield, Broughton and Ashton Fire Stations attended and remained in place for just under two hours. 

Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service (GMFRS) says it worked alongside partner agencies to make the area safe. 

A spokesperson for North West Ambulance Service confirmed that one person had been taken to hospital, but added it had not received reports of any serious injuries. 

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A GMFRS spokesperson said: “At around 6.25pm yesterday (Wednesday April 17) two fire engines from Whitefield and Broughton fire stations plus the technical response unit from Ashton fire station attended a crash involving two vehicles on Bury New Road, Whitefield.

“One vehicle had crashed into a building and firefighters working alongside partner agencies helped to make the scene safe.

"Crews were in attendance for around one hour and 50 minutes.”