BREAKING: A car has smashed into a petrol station shopfront on the Sunshine Coast. 

A silver Honda hatchback crashed into the front of the Super 7 service station at Diddillibah, just before 3pm.

The impact smashed through the front glass panel of the David Low Way store. 

A silver Honda hatchback crashed into the front of the Super 7 service station at Diddillibah.
A silver Honda hatchback crashed into the front of the Super 7 service station at Diddillibah. Stuart Cumming

A witness said the car was then reversed into a white Ford Falcon that had stopped behind it.

Emergency services were speaking with a man and a woman about the crash. 

No one was injured.

A support beam was lightly damaged, but likely prevented the car from crashing further into the store. 

Staff members are cleaning glass from inside the store. 



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