Emergency service are attending an incident after a car crashed into Sainsbury's supermarket.

One woman, who was shopping in the store at the time, said: “I was in Sainsbury’s when it happened, there was a massive bang!

"A car had driven into the front of Sainsbury’s to the right of the exit. Not sure how it happened but it took some bollards out and dented one of the main metal partition in the frame!  

"Emergency services were there pretty quickly and the people were being looked after. I hope everyone is safe.”

A spokesperson from Hampshire Constabulary said: "We received a call at 2.46pm today, Thursday 18 February from our colleagues at South Central Ambulance Service after a car had driven into the window of Sainsbury’s in Mulfords Hill. Two people were reported to have suffered minor injuries. The matter has been filed pending any further information.  Inc 1164."

Basingstoke Gazette:

Another shopper told The Gazette: "There is a car that has crashed into Sainsbury's in Tadley and the road is blocked."

Hampshire Fire Control tweeted that at 3.07pm the fire service attended 'a road traffic collision in Mulfords Hill, Tadley involving one vehicle'.

Basingstoke fire station wrote on Twitter: "No persons trapped and the building was made safe."

Currently Mulfords Hill entrance to Sainsbury's is closed and the car is now being removed.

Basingstoke Gazette:

Emergency services have been contacted about the incident.

Updates as we have them.