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Car crashes into BBay shopfront

An unfortunate accident this morning saw a car, driven by an elderly driver, slam into Burson's Auto Parts in Batemans Bay.

The newly acquired business was open at the time but fortunately no-one was hurt and the driver was able to walk away.

There is structural damage however. The Auto Parts store will be returning to trade in a day or so.

The accident was well attended by emergency crews and it was terrific to see that the only critical tool needed to see the safely vehicle removed and to provide the required safety support to the building front was an AcroProp purchased across the road at the hardware shop to

The NSW SES Moruya Unit and local builder Matt Vidgen have now made sound the building.

Above: Early photos courtesy of Adam Pike of TYRE Torque Batemans Bay

Above: Later photos by NSW SES Moruya Unit

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