89-year-old woman taken to hospital after car slams into Taminda shop on Barnes and Denison streets roundabout, Tamworth | Update

Car towed: The silver sedan lost control on Thursday morning at the roundabout before slamming into the Taminda shopfront. Photo: Peter Hardin
Car towed: The silver sedan lost control on Thursday morning at the roundabout before slamming into the Taminda shopfront. Photo: Peter Hardin

UPDATE: Friday

Police are still waiting to speak with the driver of a car that crashed into the front of a shop in Taminda.

Paramedics transported an 89-year-old woman with minor injuries to Tamworth hospital in a stable condition on Thursday.

Police said on Friday, investigators had still not spoken to the woman but have been told the car mounted the kerb and collided with the building after a collision with a second vehicle.

Police are investigating if the woman failed to give way at the roundabout on Barnes and Denison streets, on Thursday morning.

Two other patients in a second vehicle were assessed at the scene but were not injured and did not require treatment, a spokesperson for Ambulance NSW said.

Police said investigations are continuing.

Car towed: The silver sedan lost control on Thursday morning at the roundabout before slamming into the Taminda shopfront. Photo: Peter Hardin

Car towed: The silver sedan lost control on Thursday morning at the roundabout before slamming into the Taminda shopfront. Photo: Peter Hardin

EARLIER

A CAR has been damaged after losing control and slamming into a shopfront in Tamworth.

Shortly after 9.30am, the driver of the silver sedan lost control at the intersection of Barnes and Denison streets in Taminda.

The car then mounted the kerb and crashed head-on into the spare parts business.

Police said the driver was not seriously injured but the car had to be towed from the scene.

The crash is still under investigation.