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.

House hit by cars, a week apart (courtesy Wanamassa Fire Company)

House hit by cars, a week apart (courtesy Wanamassa Fire Company)

House hit by cars, a week apart (courtesy Wanamassa Fire Company)

House hit by cars, a week apart (courtesy Wanamassa Fire Company)

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.

House hit by cars, a week apart (courtesy Wanamassa Fire Company)

House hit by cars, a week apart (courtesy Wanamassa Fire Company)

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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