A woman has been taken to Benalla Hospital with a possible shoulder injury, following a car crashing into the front entrance of Aldi, in Benalla.December 13, 2012 12:33pm
UPDATE, 12.44pm: Police have confirmed the 83-year-old male driver was uninjured in the crash.
Leading Senior Constable Brendan Lynch said the driver "inadvertently pressed the wrong pedal".
12.33pm: A vehicle has crashed into the front entrance of the Benalla Aldi supermarket late this morning.
It is believed the driver was parked directly outside the entrance and meant to reverse but selected the wrong gear.
The Ensign was told a woman has been taken to Benalla Hospital after suffering a possible shoulder injury while attempting to avoid being hit by the vehicle.
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