At least 12 people have been injured after a car slammed into a shop in Sydney’s southwest.
Several ambulances responded to the scene on Boronia Road in Greenacre about 3.10pm on Thursday, with chaotic footage capturing a vehicle revving its engine near a shopping centre.
NSW Police told Yahoo News Australia multiple people were injured, however none were believed to be life threatening.
Police said a Subaru SUV crashed into a vehicle stopped at the traffic lights before continuing into a nearby shop.
Images shared to social media showed glass shattered and a vehicle inside a shop named Hijab House.
In a video shared to Twitter a dark coloured SUV and a white car are seen revving their engines at the traffic lights before the dark car takes off and ploughs into the shop.
More videos of the crash unfolding were shared to Facebook, including one showing bystanders seemingly trying to lift the crashed car up.
There are a dozen patients, believed to be mostly women aged between 18 and 30, a NSW Ambulance spokesman told AAP.
The male driver and 11 pedestrians have been injured and are being treated at the scene, with some of the women sustaining leg injuries.
Officers from Bankstown Police Area Command responded to the incident and are conducting inquiries.
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