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Australia Car rams into woman while smashing through Melbourne coffee shop

05:31  25 september  2020
05:31  25 september  2020 Source:   9news.com.au

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A car has hit a woman after it crashed through a coffee shop in Melbourne's north-east this morning.

A woman was waiting outside Espresso 3094 café on Were Street in Montmorency with her dogs when a car drove through the shopfront just before 7am.

9News understands both the driver and the customer hit were both regulars at the café.

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Luke Simionato from SES Nillumbik said no one was injured, but a woman was taken to hospital.

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Some of the dogs received cuts.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions in metropolitan Melbourne, the cafe had only been doing takeaway service.

"The driver was definitely in a state of shock after an incident like this," Mr Simionato said.

"Fortunately, the vehicle kept them safe. We are really fortunate no one was injured this morning.

"There was quite significant damage to the front of the shop."

A cafe attendant who witnessed the crash told 9News she heard screams and glass shatter as the car rammed the shopfront.

"We just heard screaming and the glass breaking," she said.

"There was blood on the ground."

A woman was taken to the Austin Hospital. Her condition is not yet known.

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