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The car plows into the building during the early morning horror strike when police sped to the scene

A police investigation opened after a car was plowed into the side of a building in an early morning accident.

Ambulance services were called on Corstorphine High Street in Edinburgh on Wednesday 7 April at around 1:40 a.m.

Pictures of the scene show a white engine after it crashed into a wall next to Corstorphine’s old parish church.

The crash was reported to police at around 1:40 a.m. on Wednesday, April 7th

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The front bumper of the car was left completely smashed in while the building badly damaged the brickwork.

Miraculously, no serious injuries were reported.

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The road has been closed to allow engineers to access the stability of the structure.

A Police Scotland spokesman said: “At around 1:40 am on Wednesday 7 April, officers were called to Corstorphine High Street in Edinburgh after reports that a car had crashed into a building.

“There were no serious injuries and the investigation into the incident is ongoing.”

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