Friday, May 9, 2014

TOYOTA CAMRY comes crashing into NH home

May 8, 2014

Photo: Rochester Police

No one was injured after a car crashed into a home in Rochester, New Hampshire Wednesday night, according to police.

Police say first responders went to 22 Franklin Heights for a reported vehicle in a building around 9:45 p.m. There, they say they learned that as 38-year-old Mark Harmon of East Rochester attempted to park a Toyota Camry, the car went over a small retaining wall, through a fence and into the home through a sliding glass door.

Two other people were inside at the time, but they were in other rooms and were not injured, police say. Harmon also wasn't injured.

Rochester Police say the crash damaged the Toyota's front end and had to tow it away, and property management immediately attended to the residence's damage.

Neither speed or nor alcohol seems to be a factor in the crash, but it's still under investigation, according to police.

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Government the "Toyota Way"

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