INVESTIGATIONS are continuing after a man and woman in their 70s were taken to hospital following a crash at a supermarket in Basingstoke.

As previously reported emergency services including police, fire, and the ambulance service were called to Asda, in Brighton Way, Brighton Hill, at around 2.23pm to report of a one-vehicle collision on Wednesday, August 3.

A spokesperson for Hampshire and Isle of Wight Fire and Rescue Service said: "Basingstoke crews were alerted to a one-vehicle road traffic collision at the Asda supermarket on Brighton Way at 14:23 this afternoon. 

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"Two casualties are being treated by South Central Ambulance Service paramedics as HIWFRS work to make the vehicle and the scene safe."

Police cordoned off the area. But officers confirmed that the store was not evacuated.

A Hampshire Constabulary spokesperson said: "We were called at 2.25pm to a report of a road traffic collision involving a vehicle and two pedestrians outside Asda on Brighton Way, Basingstoke.

"A man and woman in their 70s have been taken to hospital to receive treatment."

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Since then Hampshire Police have confirmed "enquiries are ongoing."

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