Emergency services were called out to Hearthcote Road in Swadlincote at around 1.45am after reports of a crash between two vehicles.
One vehicle had left the road and collided with a bungalow. Due to suspected structural damage to the premises the occupants were evacuated whilst damage was assessed.
The driver of one of the vehicles sustained a minor injury but did not require hospital treatment. Those living in the house were unharmed but due to the damage caused, were unable to return to their house.
An investigation into the cause of the collision has now been launched.
Derbyshire Police are appealing for anyone who witnessed this collision to get in contact quoting incident number 38-14/7/16.
Police have released images of men they want to speak to following the theft of a pensioner's bank card and withdrawals from her account.
At around 10.45am on Wednesday June 15 an 80-year-old woman was shopping in the Co-op, in Elder Way, Chesterfield and paid with her bank card.
She later discovered her card was missing and when she checked her bank statement, found it had been used at several other shops.
Witnesses or anyone with information should call 101 quoting reference 16000165080.
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