London-Laurel Rescue Squad / Facebook
LONDON, Ky. (WTVQ) – There was an unexpected visitor to a house in London on Thursday afternoon, a car.
The London-Laurel Rescue Squad has published pictures from the scene on its Facebook page.
Investigators say the car drove into the house shortly before 2:30 p.m. on Mercedes Drive.
Part of the house was severely damaged.
Not a word about how or why the accident happened or whether someone was injured.
London-Laurel Rescue Squad / FacebookLondon-Laurel Rescue Squad / Facebook
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