Car crashes through Wollongong dance studio wall: photos

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Car crashes through Wollongong dance studio wall: photos Police and emergency services responded to the Glebe Street incident where the vehicle was found to have become wedged in the back wall of the Dancespace 383 building. Picture: ANDY ZAKELI
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Police and emergency services responded to the Glebe Street incident where the vehicle was found to have become wedged in the back wall of the Dancespace 383 building. Picture: ANDY ZAKELI

Police and emergency services responded to the Glebe Street incident where the vehicle was found to have become wedged in the back wall of the Dancespace 383 building. Picture: ANDY ZAKELI

Police and emergency services responded to the Glebe Street incident where the vehicle was found to have become wedged in the back wall of the Dancespace 383 building. Picture: ANDY ZAKELI

Police and emergency services responded to the Glebe Street incident where the vehicle was found to have become wedged in the back wall of the Dancespace 383 building. Picture: ANDY ZAKELI

Police and emergency services responded to the Glebe Street incident where the vehicle was found to have become wedged in the back wall of the Dancespace 383 building. Picture: ANDY ZAKELI

Police and emergency services responded to the Glebe Street incident where the vehicle was found to have become wedged in the back wall of the Dancespace 383 building. Picture: ANDY ZAKELI

Police and emergency services responded to the Glebe Street incident where the vehicle was found to have become wedged in the back wall of the Dancespace 383 building. Picture: ANDY ZAKELI

Police and emergency services responded to the Glebe Street incident where the vehicle was found to have become wedged in the back wall of the Dancespace 383 building. Picture: ANDY ZAKELI

TweetFacebookA woman and child have been injured after a car crashed into a building in Wollongong this morning.

Just after 11am Tuesday morning emergency services were called to the Dancespace383 studioon Glebe Street, after reports a car had crashed into a building.

On arrival, police and emergency services found a Toyota Camry had gone through a wall into the studio.

A woman, aged 30, was hit by the car in the building and she was taken to Wollongong Hospital in a serious condition.

An 18-month-old child was injured and has been taken to hospital in serious condition.

Another woman, aged 42 and a two-year-old childsuffered minor injuries and have been taken to Wollongong Hospital.

All other children at the studio were uninjured.

The driver, an 83-year-old man, was trapped for a short time and on being released he was taken to Wollongong Hospital for mandatory blood and urine testing.

The only passenger, a woman, was uninjured.

Southern Region Crash Investigation Unit are investigating are the circumstances surrounding the crash.

Diversions are in place and motorists are asked to avoid the area. Glebe Street is closed between Kembla Street and Beatson Street, Wollongong.

Source:Illawarra Mercury

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