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The woman and her four dogs escape unharmed after a car runs into them in Montmorency, Melbourne

Incredible moment car collides with woman walking four dogs after driver accidentally pressed the accelerator instead of the brake

  • A woman and her four dogs were unharmed after being hit by a car in Melbourne
  • Horrifying footage shows the woman and her dogs being knocked to the ground
  • The 63-year-old driver accidentally steps on the accelerator instead of the brake

A woman and her four dogs were miraculously unharmed after being hit by a car.

The incredible moment was captured on CCTV outside the Espresso3094 cafe in Montmorency in northeast Melbourne.

Confrontational images show how the woman is beaten to the ground before the car plows against the wall of the coffee shop on Thursday morning.

A woman and her four dogs were miraculously unharmed after being hit by a car

A woman and her four dogs were miraculously unharmed after being hit by a car

One of the woman’s dogs can crawl out from under the car before the driver manages to reverse.

The dog walker was taken to Austin Hospital with only minor injuries, while the dogs were taken to a veterinary clinic for overnight observation.

Police say the woman accidentally put her foot on the accelerator instead of the brake while backing out of her parking lot.

The 63-year-old woman was fined $ 397 for careless driving.

While the coffee shop was open at the time of the collision, due to COVID-19 restrictions, no customers were allowed in.

The incredible moment was captured on CCTV outside the Espresso3094 cafe in Montmorency in north-east Melbourne

The incredible moment was captured on CCTV outside the Espresso3094 cafe in Montmorency in north-east Melbourne

The incredible moment was captured on CCTV outside the Espresso3094 cafe in Montmorency in north-east Melbourne

The workers said they ran out to help when they heard the car hit the front of the coffee shop.

“We just heard screaming and the glass broke,” said one of the workers Nine news.

Espresso3094 owners Alex and Cathy Kamvissis thanked the community for their prompt response.

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