A YOUNG woman was injured when her car ploughed into a shop front.
The 21-year-old's Ford Focus had skidded off the road and plunged through the front window of Ross Care Centre in Whitby.
Seconds before, she had been in collision with a white Cavalier at the junction of nearby Chester Road and Mansfield Road.
The impact of the crash sent her car into the front of Ross Care, which stocks items such as wheelchairs and scooters for disabled people.
Police say the Cavalier failed to stop at the scene.
Ross Care shop manager Angela Curmy said: 'There was damage caused to the main window of our premises and wall underneath.
'Luckily, the stock wasn't damaged, although some of it was pushed from the front of the shop to the back by the impact of the collision.
'No members of staff were present at the time.'
Cheshire police spokesman Jon Ratcliffe said: 'The accident happened at 9.10pm on Tuesday, February 15.
'The 21-year-old had been travelling in the Focus along Chester Road when she was in collision with the Cavalier before colliding with the shop front.
'In total, two people in the Focus - including the young woman - received facial and arm injuries.'
Paramedics from Mersey Regional Ambulance took them for treatment to the Countess of Chester.
Mr Ratcliffe added: 'The occupants of the Cavalier made off.'