Ambulance services were not affected after a car crashed through the wall of Keynsham Station.
A car plowed through the wall of the station on West View Road, leaving a gaping hole.
The driver is said to have “fled” after the incident on Sunday, May 23rd at 2:42 in the morning
The white car was destroyed in the accident and teams from Avon Fire and Rescue Service are making the wall stable.
Pictures show the car and the debris scattered inside the station after the incident.
Now the emergency services have confirmed that they can continue to provide normal services to patients.
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A spokesman for the NHS Foundation Trust of the South Western Ambulance Service said: “We were informed of a single vehicle collision at our Keynsham station at 2:42 am on Sunday.
“None of our colleagues was injured and the driver left the scene.
“The Avon Fire and Rescue Service secured a large hole in the building and other areas of the site were not affected.
“We’re looking at how long it will take to rebuild the damaged wall.
“We want to reassure people that this incident has not affected our service to patients.
“The Avon and Somerset Police are trying to identify and locate the driver.
“Anyone with information should call the police on 101 with reference number 5221112892.”
The Hicks Gate Fire Station repaired the hole with plywood after responding to the “hazard structure” as the wall remained unstable.