Two people walk away unscathed after smashing into Sheringham shop front
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Two people have walked away unscathed having crashed into a shop front in Sheringham.
A male driver and female passenger have smashed into a shop window in Beach Avenue, in the seaside town.
A spokesman for the Norfolk Police said: 'The man who was driving did not need medical attention.
'The female passenger hit her head but did not need to go to hospital.'
The car was a black Hyundai i10.
One fire engine from Sheringham attended the crash, as well as one ambulance.
The emergency services received the first call at around 11.15am.
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The road did not need to be closed.
All emergency vehicles have now left the scene.