Video: The American Crashed Into The Same House Three Times. On Two Different Machines
2023 Author: Natalie MacDonald | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 13:59
In San Rafael, California, a driver flew a Ford Mustang into a private home and then tried to steal the owner's ToyotRAV4, but failed. The local police department told about this on his Facebook.
It all started at 2:45 am, when the Mustang driver with a stowaway instead of the front wheel lost control, broke through a fence and crashed into a house. Trying to leave, he hit the building again, as a result of which the compartment entered the corridor of the dwelling and partially into the living room.
- The owner of the house who came running saw that the driver was in a deranged state. He took the keys to the Mustang so that the intruder would stop destroying his property, and called the police. However, the drunk driver noticed the keys lying at the entrance and decided to leave in the owner's car.
- Having got into ToyotRAV4, the hijacker mixed up the gears and instead of backing out of the garage, he crashed into the house for the third time, “parked” next to the Mustang. The owner of the house took away the second keys, after which the hapless hijacker got into a fight. By this time, the police arrived and arrested the offender.
- The hijacker was so drunk that he could not testify at the police station. He was charged with drunk driving, damage to private property, attempted escape from the scene of an accident, theft and beating.
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