Three people were taken to hospital following reports of an incident involving a vehicle outside a Tesco in a village in Hampshire.
Police are at the scene of an incident involving a car outside the Bursledon supermarket.
Emergency services said two people were seriously injured in the incident on Wednesday afternoon.
Paramedics said they were responding to reports of a “collision” outside the Tesco supermarket and took three people to hospital by ambulance.
An eyewitness to the incident told ITV Meridian she believed someone got trapped under a vehicle in a disabled parking lot.
Charlie Derrick was at the Tesco Extra store this afternoon and described seeing the aftermath. She said, âI had just left the store and when I came out a lady ran by asking people to call the doctors.
âI saw a few police cars arriving at the scene, and then the staff began to barricade the doors of the store, asking people to exit through the entrance. They were closing the store.
Charlie Derrick, eyewitness
âI have a disabled child and I was parked in the disabled bays, which is quite close to where the incident happened.
âThere was a lady under a vehicle and the area was being cleaned up. I was asked to back up my vehicle so that the firefighters could enter. Emergency services were there within minutes.
In a statement, a Hampshire Police spokesperson said: ‘We were called at 3:03 pm today (December 1) to report a serious collision in the parking lot next to Tesco in Hamble Lane, Bursledon.
âWe have received reports of injuries. The parking lot has been closed and we are staying on the premises.
A spokesperson for the South Central Ambulance Service (SCAS) added: âWe were called at 3:01 pm at Hamble Lane to report that a car had struck pedestrians.
“We dispatched three paramedics, two paramedics, BASICs, the Hazardous Area Response Team (HART) and the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance to the scene.
“Two patients sustained serious injuries and another sustained non-life threatening injuries as a result of the collision,” added the SCAS spokesperson.
“They were assessing and treating three patients who were all taken to Southampton University Hospital by land ambulance.
âTwo patients sustained serious injuries and one sustained non-life threatening injuries as a result of the collision. “
Hampshire Fire and Rescue said: “We were called today at 3:07 pm to report a serious collision in the parking lot of a supermarket in Bursledon and two fire trucks from Hightown were involved.
“The firefighters worked alongside fellow police officers and paramedics and our teams have now left the scene.”
A Tesco spokesperson said: âWe are sorry to hear that three pedestrians were injured in the parking lot of our Bursledon Extra store. The store has now reopened after a brief closure. “