Little Lever shop made safe after car crash

A VW Polo smashed into the shop in Little Lever. Picture by Jonathan Parkes.

A VW Polo smashed into the shop in Little Lever. Picture by Jonathan Parkes.

First published in News This Is Lancashire: Photograph of the Author by , crime reporter

A SHOP which was left badly damaged when a car smashed into it has been made safe by council engineers.

The general store on the corner of Church Street and Market Street in Bolton, was being propped up with temporary scaffolding after a Volkswagen Polo crashed into the shop front on Monday.

The car clipped a Toyota Corolla as it was travelling round the bend from Market Street into Church Street.

Nobody was seriously hurt despite 18-year-old shop employee Kennedy Corvelli being inside the business at the time.

The owner of the building was working on a site nearby and was able to secure the shop initially.

The shop will be shut for the foreseeable future while damage is repaired.

Council engineers ensured made the building safe on Monday evening.

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