Eight people have been taken to hospital after a car crashed into market stalls in a north Wales town.
The incident happened in Mold high street at around 10:53 GMT on Saturday.
It is not clear why the vehicle drove down the street, which is closed to traffic on market days, but witnesses have been asked to come forward.
Emergency services say two of those hurt have serious but not life-threatening injuries and the scene has now been cleared.
Trader Paul Bingham said he heard the revving of a car engine before the vehicle collided with one of his customers.
His mobile phone stall is at the top of the market but the vehicle, believed to be a Peugeot, missed his trailer and ploughed into another nearby.
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