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A baby and small child are in hospital after they were catapulted out of a buggy - when a car mounted a pavement in a busy town centre.
Also injured: five adult pedestrians. The driver, a woman in her 80s, is said to have blacked out at the wheel of her car and crashed into shoppers outside the Friary shopping centre in Guildford.
Andrew Pate reports.
Eyewitnesses describe the aftermath of the Guildford crash. A car, driven by a pensioner, mounted the pavement and injured seven people including two children.
Officers from Surrey Police's Collision Investigation Unit are appealing for witnesses following the serious collision in North Street, Guildford.
A silver VW Polo left the road and collided with a number of pedestrians outside the entrance to The Friary Centre.
Police say a man and a woman and one-year-old girl have been taken by ambulance to St George's Hospital in Tooting with what are believed to be serious injuries.
A further four people, three women and a two-year-old boy, have been taken by ambulance to The Royal Surrey County Hospital in Guildford with what are believed to be minor injuries.
The road remains closed while officers carry out further enquiries.
Video from scene: Five adults and two children were injured when a car mounted the pavement outside a shopping centre in Guildford.
A one-year-old girl has been airlifted to hospital after a car mounted the pavement next to a shopping centre in Guildford.
The silver Volkswagen Polo left the road outside The Friary Centre and was in collision with a number of people.
As well as the one-year-old girl, a two-year-old boy was injured along with a man in his sixties and four women.
Six ambulance crews attended the scene along with two air ambulances.
A pensioner, who blacked out at the wheel, crashed into six shoppers and two children when a vehicle mounted a pavement in Guildford. A 13-month-old baby girl and a two-year-old boy were both catapulted out of pushchairs when the silver Volkswagen Polo left the road