Two men have been arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving and vehicle theft after a car crashed into a wall and flipped onto its roof in the early hours of this morning.
Police were alerted to the collision on Don Road by a member of the public who dialled 999 around 04:29 this morning.
"A sliver Renault Megane had crashed into a property wall and flipped onto its roof," a Police spokesperson explained.
Pictured: The wall of a property on Don Road was seriously damaged in the early-hours crash. (Martyn Johnson)
"Ambulance and police attended the scene and two males located in the vicinity were both arrested for taking and driving away the vehicle and dangerous driving.
"Both were seen by ambulance and taken to A&E for treatment. They remain in hospital however, their Injuries are not believed to be life-changing or life threatening."
The road was closed around 04:45 and reopened to traffic at around 07:40.
Officers said the crash remains "under investigation".
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