Dublin shoppers narrowly avoided injury yesterday when a car drove through the front door of a shop in Skerries.
Customers at the C&T Superstore were stunned when a vehicle rammed through the front doors of the shop.
According to The Sun, the man who drove his Jaguar into the shop in Skerries says the crash was an accident as his ‘foot slipped’.
Driver, John Fanning claims he was just popping out for a sandwich when the accident occurred.
In a video shared to Twitter by Dave Morris, the car can be seen in the middle of the shop floor.
He travelled some distance into the shop, really scary stuff. Staff were amazing, and should be really proud of themselves how they managed the situation and thier customers in the aftermath. C&T Skerries. Big Thanks to @DFBAmbulance @GardaTraffic also for getting there so quick https://t.co/wW134NYg3j pic.twitter.com/fdtnnBSKzU
— Dave Morris (@Mybeccal) September 17, 2019
Skerries firefighters & our Kilbarrack ambulance were called to a shop this afternoon after a car drove through the shopfront. The shop was open at the time & Gardaí also attended the scene #Dublin #fire #Fingal pic.twitter.com/Xip1gW7D0B
— Dublin Fire Brigade (@DubFireBrigade) September 17, 2019