The incident occurred near St. Louis, Missouri when the auto hit the embankment on the side of the road and flew up in the air and landed on the roof of a house. Crews arrived at the 5900 block of Lillian around noon where a vehicle was trapped on a roof.
According to the fire department, no one was home at the time of the incident. Neighbors said it's not uncommon for drivers to ignore the stop signs.
The incident is under investigation.
Bruce Redding, the 66-year-old homeowner, was in complete shock when he got home from the gym, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported.
A vehicle came crashing through the roof of a North St. Louis home, and the homeowner and neighbors said it's not the first time a auto has come barreling onto their property.Читайте также: 1-year-old Delray Beach boy found in hot vehicle , later dies
Redding, who lives alone, said the house has been in the family for 40 years.
"I'll just gather my thoughts", Redding said.
Michael Arras, the St. Louis Fire Department's deputy chief of special operations, said it was like nothing he had ever encountered as a firefighter and they had to plan accordingly for the unique rescue.
A speeding SUV driver hit an embankment, went airborne and became stuck on top of a person's house, authorities said. "It was determined that it was viable".
Although Redding was was able to maneuver himself around in the living room after the crash the house may not be habitable again. That's exactly what happened Sunday afternoon.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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