Car Crashes Into Exeter, New Hampshire, House, Causes Heavy Damage
The residents of a house in Exeter were displaced Saturday night when a car rolled into the back.
Exeter Deputy Fire Chief Jason Fritz the blue car hit the back of the house on Main Street near the railroad tracks around 10 p.m., causing significant damage. Three residents home at the time were not injured.
The driver was taken to Exeter Hospital for treatment of injuries. Fritz did not disclose what led to the car hitting the house. Several concrete pylons are at the edge of the property along the street.
A crane was used to lift the car out of the yard. It suffered heavy damage, especially in the front. Most of the car's windows were shattered.
Fritz said the house is uninhabitable until the damage is assessed and repairs are made.
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