A home in Monmouth County, New Jersey is hit by 2 cars, about a week apart
OCEAN TOWNSHIP — The same home was hit by two different cars, about a week apart, first responders say.
On January 15 at around 2:40 a.m., the Wanamassa Fire Company responded to a house along Bimbler Boulevard, where firefighters said a driver lost control and ran off the road, hit a sign and then the house before driving off. end up in Deal Lake.
Those inside the car managed to get out and suffered only minor injuries, firefighters said, while the unoccupied home sustained significant structural damage.
A week later, on Sunday, just before 5 a.m., the Wanamassa Fire Company was called to the same house, to another vehicle that had left the road and crashed into the building – coming to rest at the interior.
Although the owners of the home have still not moved in, the structural soundness of the home is now a major concern, firefighters said.
No word on what may have caused either crash Sunday night.
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