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People carrier smashes through Westfield Stratford City car park

PUBLISHED: 11:33 10 September 2018 | UPDATED: 11:43 10 September 2018

This people carrier went through the car park window in Westfield Stratford City on Saturday. Pic: DANIEL IQBAL

This people carrier went through the car park window in Westfield Stratford City on Saturday. Pic: DANIEL IQBAL

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Shoppers were in for a shock after a car smashed through a shopping centre window.

The people carrier went through the window of a car park at Westfield Stratford City on Saturday.

After crashing through the glass it came to a halt at the top of an escalator

Police were called at 2.39pm with paramedics already at the Montfitchet Road centre close to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

A spokeswoman said: “The people in the car got out and were not injured. No pedestrians were injured either and there are no suspicious circumstances.”

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