"How do they come up the street with a 30 mph speed limit and do damage like that? I was horrified to see and hear and think this can happen in Brampton. The shop will be closed and it'll need to reopen."
"As it all happened it was just unreal - the loud bang first of all and then the crash through the door - it was just something you see in a movie and it's a bit frightening really. It's just after you become shocked because it was just yards away from where you were standing."
A woman has died following a car crash in Cumbria this morning.
The crash happened on the A595 near Egremont around 9:30am.
The woman was from the town, and her family have been informed.
An 86 year old woman was also taken to hospital after the crash and is a critical but stable condition.
One person has been taken to hospital with life threatening injuries after a crash in Cumbria.
The two vehicle crash happened around 9:30am, on the A595 in Egremont.
The driver of the second car was also injured, but their injuries are not known.
The road will be closed for several hours.
A car crash in Brampton this morning has damaged a gas meter and pipe in the area.
The accident happened on Main street around 5am, when the car collided with a shop.
No one was injured, but engineers from Northern Gas Networks are on site to cap the supply of gas to the property.
A woman has died and another is being treated for serious injuries following a collision involving a vehicle and 2 horses and riders.
The incident happened at around 5.30pm on the B725 Road, between Clarencefield and Bankend.
Police Scotland said a woman from Clarencefield received fatal injuries and another local female is presently being treated for serious injuries.
They are appealing for witnesses, or people that were in the area at the time, to get in touch.
Police say a child who was taken to hospital following a crash in Cumbria is not as badly injured as first thought.
The incident happened on Friday 15th November at around 5pm.
The child is still in hospital care.
Three people have been left seriously injured and one other is in a stable condition in hospital following three separate road collisions in the Scottish Borders.
All of the crashes happened in different locations on Friday 28th June.
The seriously injured are a 90-year-old woman, a 21-year old man and a 45-year-old man.
Sergeant Brian Jones, from J Division (Lothians and Scottish Borders) Road Policing Unit, Police Scotland, said:
While we cannot say that these collisions came as a direct result of the road conditions, there was a steady drizzle in the Scottish Borders yesterday morning, and police dealt with a number of other, less serious collisions that occurred as a result of drivers traveling too fast on wet roads.
Police Scotland is committed to keeping people safe, and we would appeal to motorists to always take account of road and weather conditions when driving, especially in rural areas where there is a greater chance of a collision occurring.
A momentary lapse in concentration can have a devastating impact, and it is vital that drivers take care and adapt their driving to suit the conditions.
Two women from Selkirk had to be cut from this wreckage after a taxi and tram crashed in Manchester. Both are now recovering in hospital.