Dramatic images show car that crashed into bungalow while owner was watching TV

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A car crashed into a bungalow in Cambridgeshire. (Police)
A car crashed into a bungalow in Cambridgeshire. (Police)

Dramatic images show a car that crashed into a bungalow in Cambridgeshire while the owner was watching TV.

The driver was cut free from the vehicle after it smashed into the home in Fleming Court, March, at around 6.15pm on Friday.

The female motorist was rushed to hospital, with her current condition unknown.

The bungalow owner, who lives in a retirement housing complex, was uninjured despite the front of her home being destroyed, the BBC reported.

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The homeowner was watching TV when the car crashed through her home. (Police)
The homeowner was watching TV when the car crashed through her home. (Police)

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The homeowner’s daughter said: "She was watching the telly when she heard a loud bang, then she heard all the sirens.”

She revealed her mum was “deeply shocked”, adding: "The driver must have mounted the pavement and come all the way across the grass."

Police did not confirm what caused the incident and are continuing with enquiries.

Fenland Police, in Cambridgeshire, posted images of the crash on Facebook with the caption “car vs house”.

They wrote: “Officers from the Special Constabulary supported by the Fenland Neighbourhood Policing Team attended a single vehicle RTC at Fleming Court, March tonight (Friday 20.08.21)

“Officers worked alongside Cambridgeshire Fire & Rescue, East of England Ambulance Service & MAGPAS at the scene.

“The driver of the vehicle was freed by the Fire Service and they were taken to PCH by land Ambulance.

“The vehicle was recovered at the scene and enquiries are ongoing into this collision.”

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