Police hunt driver of Maserati that crashes into estate agent's window injuring two people

Two pedestrians are being treated in hospital after being in collision with a Maserati car which crashed into an estate agent shop window in England.

Police were called to Western Road, Hove, East Sussex, at 9.30pm last night after the blue Maserati 3200 hit the premises of Fox and Sons.

A Sussex Police spokesman said that the driver had left the scene, but the car was not thought to have been stolen.

He said: "The two pedestrians were a 34-year-old woman from Hove, who sustained slight injuries, and a 25-year-old woman from Hove, who sustained serious injuries. Both were taken to Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton for treatment.

"Inquiries are ongoing to trace the driver who fled the scene and the vehicle has been seized for forensic analysis."

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