A car plowed into the front of a Massachusetts home Tuesday morning.
The driver told Boston 25 News that he was driving on East Emerson Street when he blacked out behind the wheel. He said he had just donated blood at the hospital when the crash happened.
Tow company removing car from Melrose home on East Emerson Street. Driver said he had just given blood at the hospital and blacked out behind the wheel. His car went all the way inside. No injuries. @boston25 pic.twitter.com/LwGy0fbKgw— Jason Law (@JasonLawNews) May 30, 2018
When he came to, his sedan had gone through the front door of a home and was fully inside. Fortunately, no one was home and the driver only suffered minor injuries.
Paul Mastromardi, the homeowner, said a neighbor called to tell him a driver had crashed right into his house.
"What are you going to do? The guy is alive. He’s alive and kicking he’s alright," said Mastromardi.
The car though did a number to Mastromardi’s house. His front porch, front door and wall suffered extensive damage. A tow truck dragged the car out of the home.
It's unknown if the driver will face charges or citations.
Melrose man takes reporters inside his home after driver plows into the side. No one hurt and car was just towed away. @boston25 pic.twitter.com/E8Gt7M9yIz— Jason Law (@JasonLawNews) May 30, 2018
BREAKING: Amazingly, only one minor injury reported in Melrose after a car drives almost completely into a house on East Emerson St. #Boston25 pic.twitter.com/qWmrabsmmx— David Rothstein (@TheDRnews) May 30, 2018
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