A recent run of drivers crashing vehicles into buildings has continued, with a man hitting the Albury hospital on Thursday morning.
The driver crashed his 2001 model Holden Commodore next to the emergency department about 8.45am
The impact was enough to deploy the vehicle's airbags and crumpled the front end of the car.
The crash caused the bonnet of the vehicle to bend out of place.
The Victorian registered vehicle could be written off after the crash.
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The brick wall also sustained moderate damage with bricks pushed in and a crack visible.
The driver did not appear to be injured and the Commodore had to be towed from the scene.
Police also attended.
Police have also responded to similar incidents on High Street in Wodonga and Koala Court at Baranduda.