The car has been lifted free and CFA crews are packing up.
Senior Station Officer Mark Nevill said a male driver had inadvertently reversed his car into the building.
“He has just missed a gas pipe and hit a diesel fuel point. Neither the gas or diesel were leaking which was lucky,” he said.
“We couldn't just drag the car off again for fear of damaging the gas pipe or the diesel line.
“(The driver) must have had a bit of speed up to have ridden up the bollard like that.”
CFA members isolated the gas line, diesel pipe and electricity to the building before allowing the crane to shift the car.
“The best thing to do was to bring a crane in and lift it clear in a controlled manner,” Senior Station Officer Nevill said.
“It was resting on a sign and bollard that was in place to protect the line and pipe.
“We were able to isolate the gas, diesel and electricity as a precaution to allow the crane to do a good job.”
No injuries were reported at the scene.
Emergency services are responding to an incident in Mercy Street after a crash outside the Bendigo Hospital.
Police and the CFA are on scene in Mercy Street car park, with crews preparing to move the car with a crane.
The CFA have cordoned off the area and hospital staff are managing car traffic.
A spokesperson said the CFA had received reports the car had hit a gas and diesel lines and that crews had isolated them following the incident.
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