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Car slams into Turtle Creek house, driver yet to be found |

Car slams into Turtle Creek house, driver yet to be found

The Associated Press
| Tuesday, August 16, 2016 8:27 a.m

Police are looking for the driver of a car that slammed into a Turtle Creek home where a woman and small child were sleeping.

Police say the incident began when police in Wilkins Township spotted the car driving about 90 mph early Tuesday.

A few minutes later, police in neighboring Turtle Creek reported the car had crashed into the house and the driver ran away about 4 a.m.

Nobody was hurt in the crash.

An inspector was at the scene determining whether the house was still safe to inhabit.

The American Red Cross has also been called to help out in case the residents are displaced. Two adults and two small children reportedly live in the home.

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