A vehicle has crashed into a retail building in central Albury after being hit by another car.
Emergency services were called to the intersection of Olive and Dean streets on Saturday afternoon.
A silver Mazda and a maroon Toyota collided at the intersection.
If it had happened a few minutes later, it could have been a different storyA man who witnessed the crash
The impact caused significant damage to the side of the Mazda and appeared to leave the driver in shock.
His car rolled back from the intersection and crashed into the side of Coronet Jewellers, causing a window to shatter.
Police attended, and it appeared that nobody was hurt in the incident.
Paramedics were also on scene but didn't take anyone to hospital.
One witness said the Mazda driver sat inside their vehicle in shock following the collision.
"The traffic was very light at the time," the witness said.
"A group of five or six people on the footpath came across it.
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"If it had happened a few minutes later, it could have been a different story."
The broken window has since been boarded up.
It's unclear who was at fault in the crash, but it appeared one driver failed to give way to the other.
While the smaller vehicle appeared to be a write-off, the Toyota only sustained minor damage to its front bullbar.