SUV Crashes Into Home, Narrowly Misses Hitting Children
Posted By Meyerkord & Meyerkord, LLC
SUV crashed into a house in Evanston, Illinois, sending flying debris into a bedroom
where two children were playing and sleeping. The 68-year-old driver was
driving south on the street when he ran into several parked vehicles.
He was attempting to turn around, stepped on the accelerator and the SUV
rammed the house. A grandmother and her two granddaughters were home during
the accident and barely escaped the debris. One child was in a bed near
the window, and the other was playing nearby when the accident happened.
Luckily, no one was injured. An ambulance took the driver to the hospital
for breathing problems. The local police are investigating the accident.
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