car crashes into house

car crashes into house

Car Crashes Into House

by MEGHAN MONGILLO, WKRCA car wrecked into a house on Kenwood Road overnight on Friday and caught on fire. (Adam Robbins / WKRC)VIEW PHOTO GALLERY12 photosAACINCINNATI (WKRC) – A Kenwood man was jolted awake in the middle of the night when a car slammed into his home and started a fire. The Hamilton County Sheriff’s deputies are looking for whoever was in that car which damaged a house at the I-71 Kenwood Road exit.The people in the car took off, and the man who’d been sleeping inside the home had to rush outside to escape the flames.The sheriff’s office hasn’t said how many people were inside the car or if they are male or female. Whoever it was took off before police got there, just as their car burst into flames.Luckily the man inside, Gerald McDaniel Sr., woke-up when he felt and heard the crash and called 911“Is anybody hurt?” a dispatcher asked him. “Not that I know of. I’m getting dressed now so I can see. Somebody is out there trying to clean up the mess,” responded McDaniel Senior.”He’s almost 80. He freaks out anyway and moves too slow to catch anybody. So when they got up and ran you can’t expect him to do anything,” said McDaniel’s son, Gerald Jr.Gerald owns the house and had spent Thursday night at his girlfriend’s house. He showed Local 12 where the car went into the side wall of the home. Meghan Mongillo asked what was behind the wall that was impacted. McDaniel said his bedroom.The wall is cracked in his bedroom right where his bed was located. There’s also damage in the hallway and living room. The front window is boarded up and 2 by 4’s are in place to keep the porch and walls from falling.The McDaniel home sits directly across from the Kenwood Road Exit on 71 North. Investigators are looking into if speed or impairment were factors in the crash. The vehicle was a 2003 blue Audi 4 door. Whoever was inside – took off, leaving a man and his dog to find their own way out of the burning home. McDaniel has this message for them: “It’s pretty pathetic. It’s cheesy. They tore up someone’s house, they could have killed somebody. They don’t regard life. I don’t know the circumstances of the car, who was driving but it’s not good.”Firefighters had to yell to Gerald McDaniel Sr. and his dog Cinnamon to get out the back door of the home. They escaped, unharmed.If anyone has information they’re asked to call them at 825-1500 or Crime Stoppers at 352-3040.closesinclairDigital.dependencies.require(, )
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Car Crashes Into House

by MEGHAN MONGILLO, WKRCA car wrecked into a house on Kenwood Road overnight on Friday and caught on fire. (Adam Robbins / WKRC)VIEW PHOTO GALLERY12 photosAACINCINNATI (WKRC) – A Kenwood man was jolted awake in the middle of the night when a car slammed into his home and started a fire. The Hamilton County Sheriff’s deputies are looking for whoever was in that car which damaged a house at the I-71 Kenwood Road exit.The people in the car took off, and the man who’d been sleeping inside the home had to rush outside to escape the flames.The sheriff’s office hasn’t said how many people were inside the car or if they are male or female. Whoever it was took off before police got there, just as their car burst into flames.Luckily the man inside, Gerald McDaniel Sr., woke-up when he felt and heard the crash and called 911“Is anybody hurt?” a dispatcher asked him. “Not that I know of. I’m getting dressed now so I can see. Somebody is out there trying to clean up the mess,” responded McDaniel Senior.”He’s almost 80. He freaks out anyway and moves too slow to catch anybody. So when they got up and ran you can’t expect him to do anything,” said McDaniel’s son, Gerald Jr.Gerald owns the house and had spent Thursday night at his girlfriend’s house. He showed Local 12 where the car went into the side wall of the home. Meghan Mongillo asked what was behind the wall that was impacted. McDaniel said his bedroom.The wall is cracked in his bedroom right where his bed was located. There’s also damage in the hallway and living room. The front window is boarded up and 2 by 4’s are in place to keep the porch and walls from falling.The McDaniel home sits directly across from the Kenwood Road Exit on 71 North. Investigators are looking into if speed or impairment were factors in the crash. The vehicle was a 2003 blue Audi 4 door. Whoever was inside – took off, leaving a man and his dog to find their own way out of the burning home. McDaniel has this message for them: “It’s pretty pathetic. It’s cheesy. They tore up someone’s house, they could have killed somebody. They don’t regard life. I don’t know the circumstances of the car, who was driving but it’s not good.”Firefighters had to yell to Gerald McDaniel Sr. and his dog Cinnamon to get out the back door of the home. They escaped, unharmed.If anyone has information they’re asked to call them at 825-1500 or Crime Stoppers at 352-3040.
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Car Crashes Into House

CINCINNATI (WKRC) – A Kenwood man was jolted awake in the middle of the night when a car slammed into his home and started a fire. The Hamilton County Sheriff’s deputies are looking for whoever was in that car which damaged a house at the I-71 Kenwood Road exit.The people in the car took off, and the man who’d been sleeping inside the home had to rush outside to escape the flames.The sheriff’s office hasn’t said how many people were inside the car or if they are male or female. Whoever it was took off before police got there, just as their car burst into flames.Luckily the man inside, Gerald McDaniel Sr., woke-up when he felt and heard the crash and called 911“Is anybody hurt?” a dispatcher asked him. “Not that I know of. I’m getting dressed now so I can see. Somebody is out there trying to clean up the mess,” responded McDaniel Senior.”He’s almost 80. He freaks out anyway and moves too slow to catch anybody. So when they got up and ran you can’t expect him to do anything,” said McDaniel’s son, Gerald Jr.Gerald owns the house and had spent Thursday night at his girlfriend’s house. He showed Local 12 where the car went into the side wall of the home. Meghan Mongillo asked what was behind the wall that was impacted. McDaniel said his bedroom.The wall is cracked in his bedroom right where his bed was located. There’s also damage in the hallway and living room. The front window is boarded up and 2 by 4’s are in place to keep the porch and walls from falling.The McDaniel home sits directly across from the Kenwood Road Exit on 71 North. Investigators are looking into if speed or impairment were factors in the crash. The vehicle was a 2003 blue Audi 4 door. Whoever was inside – took off, leaving a man and his dog to find their own way out of the burning home. McDaniel has this message for them: “It’s pretty pathetic. It’s cheesy. They tore up someone’s house, they could have killed somebody. They don’t regard life. I don’t know the circumstances of the car, who was driving but it’s not good.”Firefighters had to yell to Gerald McDaniel Sr. and his dog Cinnamon to get out the back door of the home. They escaped, unharmed.If anyone has information they’re asked to call them at 825-1500 or Crime Stoppers at 352-3040.
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Car Crashes Into House

Jackie Rollins, the aunt and next door neighbor of Cerrone Rollins, talks about Cerrone's house being hit by a car Friday afternoon. The damage from the crash caused the house to inhabitable. Ashley White
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Car Crashes Into House

“When I heard the car crash, I knew that wasn’t a good sound,” Jackie Rollins, Cerrone’s aunt and next door neighbor, said. The people in the car ran past her as they fled the scene.
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Car Crashes Into House

Weir told News 6 this isn't the first time this has happened. She said a couple of years ago, another car did the same thing, but she said this car caused much more damage.
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Car Crashes Into House

Cerrone Rollins, 35, and Allicia Dean, 34, lived in the house near Florida A&M University’s campus with their seven children. The car hit a room where some of the children sleep, knocking things to the floor, and breaking framed photos.
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Car Crashes Into House

McDaniel has this message for them: “It’s pretty pathetic. It’s cheesy. They tore up someone’s house, they could have killed somebody. They don’t regard life. I don’t know the circumstances of the car, who was driving but it’s not good.”
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Tallahassee Police attempted to stop the Nissan Maxima around 2:45 p.m. near Kissimmee and Mill streets for a possible drug violation. The driver fled, but the officer did not pursue, TPD said. The driver continued and lost control, then crashed into the side of a house on Kissimmee Street. After the crash, the driver and passengers took off running. Investigators were searching for them Friday evening.

Published on Jun 9, 2017 | Under Car | By michael ellis
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