A MAN was taken to hospital after his vehicle crashed into a wall at a supermarket car park.

Two fire engines and an ambulance were sent to the incident at Morrisons car park in High Street, Frodsham, at 4.36pm yesterday (July 29).

A man in his 60s was taken to the Countess of Chester Hospital as a result of the collision.

Firefighters helped to make the damaged wall safe before it was cordoned off.

Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service said: "Firefighters attended the car park of a supermarket in High Street, Frodsham, after being informed of a one-vehicle collision.

"On arrival crews discovered that a car had collided with a wall and that no-one was trapped inside the vehicle.

Chester and District Standard:

"Firefighters assessed a casualty before handing him over to the care of paramedics. They also assessed the nearby premises and supporting wall.

"The car was recovered and firefighters and the recovery company did what they could to make the wall safe.

"A safety cordon was set up and firefighters left the scene once a building inspector was in attendance. Firefighters were in attendance for around two hours."

A North West Ambulance Service spokeswoman confirmed they were called to the car park at Morrisons in Frodsham at 4.41pm and a male in his 60 was taken to the Countess of Chester Hospital by ambulance.