A CAR collided with an electricity substation at a supermarket car park in Verwood. 

Firefighters from Verwood Fire Station were called to Lidl on Ringwood Road yesterday afternoon (Sunday May 29). 

The fire crew cordoned off the area while firefighters made the scene safe. 

Salisbury Journal:

A spokesperson for Dorset and Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service said: "We were called to a supermarket on Ringwood Road, Verwood at 1.51pm yesterday after a car collided with an electricity substation.

"One crew from Verwood attended and ensured the scene was kept safe until the arrival of the utilities contractor. Firefighters also cared for the elderly male driver until the ambulance service arrived."

Salisbury Journal:

A post on the Verwood Fire Station Facebook page added: "The crew cordoned of the area and administered first aid to one casualty. We stayed in attendance until the electricity board arrived. The car was removed from the sub station and left in the hands of the contractors."

The fire crew left the scene by around just after 4pm. 

A Dorset Police spokesperson said: "We received a report at 2pm on Sunday, May 29 of a single vehicle collision at Lidl in Ringwood Road in Verwood. It was reported that a car collided with an electricity box. There were no reports of any injuries sustained."


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