A car smashed into a garage after a police chase close to Sheffield city centre, it is claimed.
There are six police cordons in place around Hodgson Street, Thomas Street and Headford Street in Broomhall this morning.
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Police have not released any details about the incident yet but residents who live in the area claim a car had crashed after being pursued by police.
Pictures and video footage also emerged in the immediate aftermath of the incident showing a vehicle smashed against a building.
One resident, who did not want to be named, said: "it was a Mercedes A class car and he had smashed into the garage at Pinders after a police chase.
"There was around six police and two ambulances there after it happened.
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"The people living on the same side of the building heard the smash of the car."
A woman who works in a cafe close to the scene said: "I heard it was a hit-and-run but I don't know much more than that."
Another man who works in the area added an officer at the scene would only describe it as a "serious incident" and added the area could be sealed off all day.
It is believed police have been at the scene since the early hours of this morning.
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We have asked South Yorkshire Police for more information about this latest incident and are waiting for them to get back to us.