Emergency services were called to Cressy Road around 9.50am this morning, Thursday, September 7.
A spokesman for Derbyshire Fire and Rescue said: “Crews from Ripley and Nottinghmashire attended after a Light Goods Vehicle collided with boundary wall of a house on Cressy Road Alfreton.
“No persons were trapped and the LGV was made safe.”
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A spokesman for Derbyshire Police said: “The vehicle which collided with a house was a Daf Truck.
“The driver was treated on scene by paramedics and has been taken to Queen’s Medical Centre but does not have life threatening injuries.
“Police are staying on the scene directing traffic as it is a small street but a busy one and all the buses from the bus station pass through that road.”