A driver ran off the road in a Yorktown neighborhood last night (Thursday), flipped the car over and landed directly in front of someone’s home.
The crash happened around 9:30 p.m. along the 2600 block of N. Harrison Street, according to county police spokeswoman Ashley Savage.
She says the driver “left the roadway, struck a telephone pole, rolled over and struck a parked vehicle.” It ultimately settled in the front yard of a small home on N. Harrison Street.
One neighbor also told ARLnow that the crash brought down some nearby power lines.
Savage says the driver was “transported to an area hospital with reportedly minor non-life threatening injuries.”
Police are still investigating the incident, she added.
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