SIGNIFICANT damage has been caused to a takeaway after a car crashed into it.

A man in his 50s had to be rescued from his car by firefighters after he crashed into Droitwich Tandoori on Union Lane.

The vehicle crashed into the takeaway causing significant structural damage. It also hit into a parked car. 

Ambulance and West Mercia Police were also on the scene last night (Tuesday).

Worcester News: Damaged caused to the building has now been boarded up. Damaged caused to the building has now been boarded up. (Image: NQ)A Hereford and Worcester Fire and Rescue Service spokesperson said: "Three HWFR crews – two from Droitwich and one from Bromsgrove Fire Stations – were called at 5.11pm on January 9 to a road traffic collision into a building in Union Lane, Droitwich.

"A vehicle had been in collision with a parked car and also a building.

"A male casualty in his 50s, who was medically trapped, was released from the vehicle.

"He was then handed over to the care of the ambulance service, who attended along with police.

"Significant structural damage was caused to the single-storey building and the owner was advised to contact structural engineers for further advice.

"The incident was marked as pending closure at 5.59pm."