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Car Ploughs Through Wall Of Ambulance Station, Injuring Woman

A woman has been taken to hospital after a single-vehicle crash into an ambulance station in Sydney’s north-west last night.

Just before 8pm on Friday, a vehicle in the carpark of a hospital on Denistone Road, Denistone, lost control and crashed into the brick wall of a neighbouring ambulance station.

The driver, a woman in her 20s, was trapped for a short time while NSW Ambulance paramedics worked to free her.

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She was freed and taken to Ryde Hospital in a stable condition to be treated for ankle injuries.

No one else was injured, the ambulance station sustained minor structural damage, and two ambulance vehicles were left with minor damage as a result of the crash.

Officers attached to Ryde Police Area Command attended the scene and are conducting inquiries into the crash.

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