EMERGENCY services have issued an update after a car rolled down a steep bank and smashed into a house in a Herefordshire street.

The car is understood to have been parked in Bromyard's Winslow Road before rolling down the road, over the pavement and down a steep grassy bank, straight into the front of a house.

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A witness said there was no one in the car as it rolled away, with the owner of the car later arriving to discover his vehicle wedged in a front garden.

Police were called out to the scene and conducted enquiries, with a spokesperson for West Mercia Police saying: "We attended a collision in Winslow Road around 5.45pm yesterday (June 10).

"No injuries were reported."


The fire service were also called to the scene, and a spokesperson for Hereford and Worcester Fire and Rescue Service said: "Crews were called at 6.13pm to Winslow Road.

"A vehicle had left the roadway and made contact with the porch of a property.

"The vehicle was made safe and a Dewalt saw was used to cut away the hedge and fence panels in preparation for the vehicle's recovery.

"There were no casualties.

"The incident was marked as pending closure at 7.34pm."