Emergency services are at the scene and a road is closed after a car crashed into a cafe.
Several fire engines and an ambulance are at the scene at Broad Street, Seaford, where the accident occurred.
A spokeswoman for East Sussex Fire and Rescue Services said: “We have been called to a road traffic accident on Broad Street in Seaford.
“We currently have five dispensers in use. Please avoid the area.”
An eyewitness told the Argus: “The car came over from Place Lane, [opposite] straight to the cafe.”
“I couldn’t believe it, it must have been going about 30mph because it crashed into the bollard and went right into the cafe.”
The road is closed and there are delays due to the accident on Broad Street from the A259 Sutton Park Road to Place Lane.
Place Lane is also closed.
Three people died in the incident, according to the East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service (ESFRS).
The driver and two other people who were not in the vehicle were taken to Royal Sussex County Hospital.
A spokeswoman for ESFRS said: “Three patients have been taken to Royal Sussex County Hospital for further treatment with injuries, including fractures.”
Ambulances and a rescue helicopter were also on site.
A bystander told Argus: “There were about six ambulances at the scene. I also saw two air ambulance workers.”
A large police chain stretched around the scene of the accident while the fire brigade freed the driver from the car.
Sussex Police were responding to a report of a car crashing into the front of a cafe on Broad Street in Seaford at around 12.30pm on Wednesday 14 December.
At 4pm, a spokesman for Sussex Police said: “Officers remain at the scene and the investigation is continuing.”
Police are continuing to investigate and are asking anyone with relevant information or footage of the incident to email them at Collision.email@example.com quoting serial number 502 dated 14/12. Report to.
https://www.theargus.co.uk/news/23190837.road-closed-car-crashes-seaford-shopfront-near-a259/?ref=rss The road was closed after a car drove into the Seaford shop front off the A259