A car has careered into a Marlow doctor's surgery. 

Pictures from the scene show a vehicle - which appears to be a dark coloured BMW - inside The Doctor's House reception in Victoria Road. 

The car is surrounded by rubble and emergency services are on the scene, including two fire engines, two ambulances and police. 

Firefighters say two adults were injured in the crash but no one was trapped. 

UPDATE: Marlow doctors surgery issues statement after car smashes through wall

Bucks Free Press:

Cllr Suzanne Brown, who manages Marlow Age Concern in nearby Glade Road, said one of the day care centre's helpers was at the surgery picking up a prescription when the shocking incident happened. 

She said: "It is awful. I think the surgery is going to be out of action for a while if it is structurally unsafe - it's all they need right now. 

"The car went right through the area where everyone queues up but it looks like no one was hurt. 

"The occupants of the car were very shaken up." 

The road into the surgery has been shut off with cones and people are being urged to avoid the area. 

A member of the reception team told a reporter at the scene that the crash is believed to have happened around 11.30am. 

They said: "All I can say right now is that there has been an incident and that's what we are telling patients. 

Bucks Free Press:

"We are closed at the moment and I think we will be closed for the rest of the day - I haven't heard otherwise. 

"Any updates we will be posting on our social media. 

"No one is seriously hurt as far as I am aware." 

A collision investigation vehicle has been spotted arriving at the scene. 

More information as we get it.