Horror as an SUV careers off a road and smashes into an MP’s office

  • SUV careered off the road and smashed through window of MP electorate office
  • Driver of the white people carrier – a woman in her 60s – was uninjured in crash
  • Car mounted curb about 2pm Tuesday afternoon and plowed into waiting room
  • Photo taken at the scene showed window crushed and detached from the wall 

An SUV has careered off the road and smashed through the window of a senior Labor MP’s electorate office. 

The female driver in her 60s was uninjured in the crash at the office of Shadow Health Minister Chris Bowen in Fairfield West, western Sydney.

Police, paramedics and firefighters were all called to the scene after the vehicle mounted the curb about 2pm on Tuesday afternoon and plowed into the premise’s waiting room.

An SUV has careered into Labor MP Chris Bowen's electorate office in Fairfield West in western Sydney

An SUV has careered into Labor MP Chris Bowen’s electorate office in Fairfield West in western Sydney

Mr Bowen said neither the driver nor anyone in his office was hurt in the crash on Tuesday afternoon

Mr Bowen said neither the driver nor anyone in his office was hurt in the crash on Tuesday afternoon

A New South Wales Police media spokeswoman told Daily Mail Australia the driver was taken to Fairfield Hospital, where she was assessed for shock. 

A photo taken at the scene and shared by Mr Bowen on his Twitter page showed a window bearing his face had been crushed and detached from the wall.

Mr Bowen wrote alongside the photo the crash had been caused by a ‘local resident’ who ‘had some difficulty parking’. 

Police, paramedics and firefighters were all called to the scene after the vehicle mounted the curb and smashed through one of the office's windows

Police, paramedics and firefighters were all called to the scene after the vehicle mounted the curb and smashed through one of the office’s windows

‘She has been taken away by ambulance but is doing OK,’ he said.

‘Luckily, there was no-one in our office waiting room at the time.

‘All my staff are OK. It will be a while before we are able to get back in the office, so please understand why we aren’t answering the office phones or emails just at the moment.’ 

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