A Kirklees Council structural engineer has been called to assess a building which has been struck by a car.
Police and the fire service were called to Wood Street in Cleckheaton at around 11.15am today when a VW Golf collided with a wall at the Isis Picture Framing business.
It is believed the driver, a 49-year-old man, suffered a medical episode at the wheel. He is understood to have recovered and was not injured.
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The impact of the crash left a hole in the wall of the premises. Stonework has been pushed through into the stock inside.
A spokesman for West Yorkshire Police said Kirklees Council engineers were on their way to inspect the damage to the building.
Police officers were still at the scene at 1.20pm awaiting the arrival of a structural engineer.
No-one was available to comment from Isis Picture Framing.