It was a straight shot through this single family home without any stops.
Neighbor Mickey Bravo said: ‘It was weird because there wasn’t any screaming, no howls and no car horns.
By the look and sound of it, neighbors thought the driver might not have pressed the brakes.
Chopper7 was at the scene of the crash near Briargate Drive and 66th Street at around 5pm
Deep, fresh medians in the front yard follow a truck’s high-speed trail through the house.
Fortunately, within a few seconds, the truck rammed the living room, the homeowner and his wife were lying in the basement.
Investigators say the male driver may have been given first aid, causing him to crash.
He and a female passenger were taken to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, police said.
Looks like the truck entered the house through the room window before exiting the other side.
Bravo says he didn’t fully believe it until he saw it.
“I think it’s one of those things where you’re like, ‘that just happened,'” he added.
The couple who lived there were surprisingly calm, said Bravo, only to be in genuine shock when he offered to help.
Debris was scattered in the backyard. A tractor-trailer was seen removing the badly damaged pickup truck from the scene.
Fortunately, police said no one was injured inside the house. The incident is still under investigation.
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