News North Wales by: Jamie Nield-Siddall
MOLD market was open for business yesterday, baring the psychological scars of last Saturday’s car crash.
A steady flow of customers visited the town but some traders said they noticed a small decline in numbers following the drama when a car crashed through stalls injuring eight people.
Mold town centre manager Dave Hill said, however, the fall was typical of the time of year and he believed the crash would not have a lasting impact on the market or
Trader Bryan Penny, whose stall was the first to be hit by the car, said the frightening episode still remained in the back of his mind.
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